The Blooming Branches Collection

The Blooming Branches Collection

A crossover and creative design project where English Nature meets Mexican traditional craft resulting in a beautiful and poetic collection of lamps and sculptural ceramic pieces.

Each ceramic piece has been individually cast, fired and glazed, from classy monochrome and colourful pop, to sexy metallic’s. The lamp-stands are made out of solid wood: bee’s waxed, stained or lacquered finish. The lampshades are presented in a great variety of shapes and lush fabrics, as silk, linen or the wonderful Tenango de Doria embroideries.

The Blooming Branches collection responds to the delights of the most demanding designart enthusiast. Please read the full story of these pieces at our Provenance section.

Details & Specifications
Product Type: Lighting Product
Family: Blooming Branches
Launched: 2013
Made in the UK and Mexico City
120V/240V Illumination
Sockets: E26 / Bulbs: 60-Watt medium base

Stoneware glassed ceramics
Bases: Solid wood – stained, lacquered or beewaxed
Lampshades: Linen, silk or cotton canvas. Gold or white interior.
Brass fittings
Silk dreaded cables
American or British plugs

Approx. Dimensions 
General Height: 50cm and 60cm

Big Rectangular stand: 40cm x 70cm x 1 1/4”
Small Rectangular stand: 30cm x 20cm x 1 1/4”
Big Organic stand: 40cm x 50cm x 1 1/4”
Small Organic stand: 36cm x 55cm x 1 1/4”
Oval stand: 40cm x 28cm x 1 1/4”
Round stand: 30cm x 1 1/4”

Big Rectangular Shade: 58cm x 38cm x 30cm H
Small Rectangular Shade: 30cm x 20cm x 30cm H
Oval Shade: 38cm x 18cm x 30cm H
Big Drum Shade: 50cm x 30cm H
Small Drum Shade: 28cm x 30cm H
*Available in the colours pictured. Please contact us for bespoke alternatives.
**Lampshades included

The Blooming Branch Lamp is a unique piece of art, both timeless and contemporary.

E.M. London

Valentina’s lamp is a glowing addition to our front room’s outlooks on various artistic gardens. It stands tree-like in front of a favourite picture, Ruth Addinall’s ‘Fantasy Garden’. The bird shade is exquisite, but I’m also very happy to know that the wood cast is from Herefordshire: the woods in the west can be as magical as any rainforest.

David Nice, London