Lamp perspex & plywood, Ngutu kākā


Discover the latest additions to our lamp collection: the ngutu kākā and kaokao patterns (each available on separate listings). These charming lamps are not just a source of ambient light; they double as whimsical earring holders, adding a touch of creativity to your space. Crafted with care, each lamp features a trio of panels: a sleek front perspex panel flanked by two elegantly crafted plywood sides, blending form and function beautifully.

About the design - Kowhaiwhai Ngutu kākā: This design refers to the kowhaiwhai pattern that represents both the ngutukākā plant and the beak of the kākā bird.  The plant is a native shrub of Aotearoa and marks the start of spring. The kākā bird, a cheeky parrot, has red feathers under its wings. Māori associate the colour red with high rank, and only high-status people wore cloaks made with kākā feathers. Kākā were also kept as pets, and were often used as decoys when hunting other birds.


Size: 51cm x 18cm (per panel - made of bamboo and/or perspex). Lamp consists of three panel and is joined with cable ties.

Lamp material: 3mm plywood & 3mm white opal perspex

Lamp Lights: Each lamp comes with a set of battery operated seed lights. 

Care Instructions: Do not put lamp in direct sunlight or near heat.


Lamp perspex & plywood, Ngutu kākā
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