Xiuhcoatl

150

Our largest table lamp, made from fir tree wood.

 

Personal delivery in Bucharest, because we like making friends.

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* Only one available

STORY    

In Aztec mythology, Xiuhcoatl was a flaming serpent associated with turquoise, drought, and the fire god Xiuhtecuhtli. He was a national and political symbol for the Aztecs, and ancient incense burners have been discovered carved in his image.

This piece of fir tree wood was found in Bucegi Mountains, close to Valea Dorului (Vanturis Mount) in a early winter day. It was a pleasant evening with a bit of sunset light still shining on the mountain. The wind stopped while the river was playing a song.

 

CRAFTING PROCESS

This piece was not cut from a living tree. It was found dry and old.

This wood needed cutting, cleaning and sanding.

It was also treated against harmful insects, pests and mold.

 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Wood type: fir tree
  • Dimensions: 43 | 40 | 28 cm
  • Weight: 3 kg
  • Equipped with cable dimmer 100-240 volts and 10-150 W

the lamp also comes with a 40W dimmable decorative Edison bulb.

  • Electric cable: 210 cm textile

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