Zoe Glencross Sea Foam Lampshade
This Zoe Glencross print brings to mind the bubbling waters edge on a rough-sea day when the seafoam sticks to the shoreline and often floats off on the wind.
I am delighted to have sourced fabric by Zoe Glencross, a selection of natural linens that make a stunning designer statement whether home it is in the town or the countryside. The process of designing by hand - by sketching, then block and screen printing to hone the pattern, has produced unique prints which I hope you will appreciate as much as I do.
This print brings to mind the bubbling waters edge on a rough-sea day when the seafoam sticks to the shoreline and often floats off on the wind. When on Lundy if the seafoam reached the top of the Island (as it often did when stormy) our family always called these bits of foam ‘Lundy Butterflies’.
Small samples of each colour fabric can be ordered for £2 per colour here. Please note there may be a short wait for these if it is not a colourway that I regularly hold in stock. I will be able to advise should you wish to email me to check.
Please ensure that you are completely happy with the colourway prior to ordering as these lampshades are all made bespoke to order.
Printed on to a linen mix fabric in the UK, all shades are professionally made by hand in my North Devon studio. They have rolled edges with 1 single seam, and can fit both lamps or ceiling lights (pendants).
The product comes in five sizes: 20cm diameter by 18cm height, 25cm diameter by 18cm height, 30cm diameter by 21cm height, 35cm diameter by 21cm height and 40cm diameter by 25cm height.
You can select one of two fittings; either a standard table lamp fitting or a ceiling pendant fitting.
The ring fitting is adjustable for 29mm aperture (UK fitting) or 42mm aperture (European and USA fittings). I would recommend the use of a low energy bulbs (40 watts or less).
All lampshade inner panels have been tested in the Lighting Association Laboratories and have passed the glow wire test which is the British Standard for Luminaries. Any fabrics, textiles or paper that I laminate to the inner panel are fire resistant.