Did you know that the Yule log tradition stems from pagan and medieval practices of burning a large log or tree at the winter solstice? Not only practical, it symbolized light and abundance on the longest darkest day of the year. Folks would often decorate the log with fresh leaves and foliage to symbolize the return of Spring and growth. Light from dark. Holding a torch for the abundant season ahead and keeping hope stoked through hardship. Enjoying the downtime a quiet season can bring.
I'm interested in merging traditions, meaning, symbols with the small rituals we perform everyday. Here, it's turning on a light and, in the act, illuminating our spaces with meaning.
Handbuilt ceramic with smooth satin glaze.
Diameter (w/ bulbs) 8”
Width (ext. from wall) 8"
Weight approx. 3.5 lbs
(3) x 5 watt dimmable frosted glass G16.5 CEC filament LED light bulb
(1) x 4 watt dimmable frosted glass G25 globe filament LED light bulb
Light appearance: 2700K (soft white)
Ceramic mounting hardware included
Wipe with a clean dry cloth to remove dust.
Sconce is ready to ship in 3 business days. Shipping is free in the continental United States.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a version of this lamp made with cloth wire/ plug for use in an outlet (charges will apply) or in a custom color way. Custom projects have up to a 4 week turnaround.
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