Condover Headlands Meadow Lampshade - lampshade  Mustard and Gray Ltd Shropshire

Condover Headlands Meadow Lampshade

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Our Condover Headlands range is inspired by the view from our Condover studio. Season on season, year on year the fields change from rich oilseed yellows, to barley greens and every shade in between. The constant in our view are the majestic trees that line the headlands.

Available in:

Small | 20cm Diameter x 18cm High
Medium | 30cm Diameter x 21cm High
Large | 45cm Diameter x 25cm High

This lampshade will fit the standard bayonet cap (BC) lamp, holder. This is the most common type of lamp fitting in the UK. It can also be used with Edison Screw (E27) lamp holders, most common in Europe, simply remove the converter plug in the centre of the fitting.

We recommend the use of low energy bulbs with our lampshades.

We print all fabric to order. Please allow 7-10 days for us to print the fabric and make a lampshade. If you need the lampshade in a hurry, drop us a message and we advise on the quickest turnaround we can achieve.

What makes this gift set so special?

• Our Mustard and Gray Handmade Lampshades are all made using fabrics designed in our Shropshire Studio.
• A perfect gift for young fans of space travel, the moon landings or simply staring at the stars
• This beautiful fabric is part of our larger Bramble Hill Farm range which includes cushions and Gesso Art Prints, stationery and note card sets.
• This is a perfect and thoughtful gift, ideal for birthday’s, Christmas, Hanukkah, or simply because you know a tiny human who loves farming and tractors.
• Available in three sizes and in Lamp or Pendant fittings.
• Unique lampshade designed and made in the UK.

The view from our studio window inspires mustard and Gray's "Headlands" collection. Designing in the Shropshire countryside provide an ever-changing rainbow of inspiring colours, shapes and patterns as the crops and the season's progress through the year. There are four trees on the headland of the field that has captured our hearts. We walk to them when we need to stretch our legs on crisp winter days, and we picnic under them in the spring and summer. You are always in good company next to a tree abundant with life.