Faceted Table Lamp in Tenmoku (Tall)

Adam Ross
Faceted Table Lamp in Tenmoku (Tall) is part of an exclusive light collection created for The New Craftsmen by ceramicist Adam Ross. The lamps are produced using expert pottery techniques, and while the pieces are repeatable in glaze tone, shape and size, each individual lamp will be unique due to the hand-cut nature of Adam’s process. Adam is inspired by both Japanese and British studio ceramics, particularly the work pioneered by Leach Pottery of St Ives in Cornwall. Each lamp explores the art of sculptural form with its cleaved and altered surfaces.

International wiring is available, please enquire for further details. The lamp shade is sold separately.

This product is available in bespoke variations, please enquire for further details.

Material: Black stoneware, tenmoku glaze
cm: Width 15cm, Depth 15cm, Height 47cm
inches: Width 5.9in, Depth 5.9in, Height 18.5in
Care Instructions: Wipe with damp lint free cloth
Made To Order (4-6 weeks)


Inspired by traditional Anglo-Japanese pottery forms, each lamp base is thrown on the potter's wheel and faceted horizontally with a sharp blade. The pieces are then covered in Adam's own hand-mixed glazes, created in reference to traditional studio pottery glazes.
The Maker Adam Ross Ceramicist - South East England

Adam Ross is a ceramicist using pottery as a means of sculptural exploration. Driven to create pieces with their own personality, Adam has developed innovative techniques to produce his tableware and artworks, from slicing pieces with wire to unexpected glaze applications. Having trained in ceramics from an early age, Adam went on to study ceramics at the Glasgow School of Art. He currently runs his own practice, and is also studio manager at the Kiln Rooms, London – an open access pottery studio.