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Metal rooster lamp with mother-of-pearl 30x27cm
Metal rooster lamp with mother-of-pearl 30x27cm

Metal rooster lamp with mother-of-pearl 30x27cm

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A metal parrot lamp with mother-of-pearl is a beautiful metallic rendition of a decorative lamp featuring a parrot as its model

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Metal rooster lamp with mother-of-pearl

An extraordinary lamp in the shape of a parrot, made of metal and adorned with glossy mother-of-pearl, is a true centerpiece in any interior. This unique lamp combines craftsmanship with exotic elegance. The intricate details of the parrot, with its colored mother-of-pearl feathers, give the lamp an enchanting and mysterious character. When you turn on the lamp, this beautiful creation comes to life, with light playing off the mother-of-pearl accents and filling the space with a warm glow. This parrot lamp is not only a source of light but also a work of art that captures the attention and admiration of everyone who sees it. It is a perfect fusion of functionality and aesthetics, making it a valuable addition to any home.


Mother-of-pearl, also called nacre or Capiz in Filipino, is an oyster-like shell called Placuns Placenta. These shells are commonly known as pearl oysters. The Capiz shell has a light-transmitting character and is often used for windows and lamps in the Philippines. These shells do not belong to protected marine animals, and fishing for them is legal. In addition to their use in windows and lamps, these shells are also widely used in art objects. By keeping the shells moist after catching them, they can be shaped slightly before pouring a resin over them. The shells are composed of various layers lying on top of each other. The thickness of the layers can vary by mollusk group. Real mother-of-pearl can be used as glass for windows, but it is much more fragile. However, it is also much cheaper than glass.

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