A small lamp evoking the opium dens of Saigon and Bangkok at the turn of last century. The moth was a popular accent on opium lanterns of the early twentieth century in Asia. This table lantern emits a rich broken light through the gold crystal dome that sits on a bronze base. The moth is hand carved from box wood and gilded. It sits against the lamp’s glow suspended by a silver chain that is countered by rutilated quartz beads.Designed by Alexander Lamont.
Includes gift box.