Tetsuji Osano is a master craftsman based in Fujikawaguchiko, Japan, an area near Lake Kawaguchiko at the base of Mt. Fuji. Several times a year, he travels to remote locations throughout Japan to find rocks he deems suitable for crafting into a lamp. Each lamp is carefully handcrafted in his studio and sent with care by the craftsman himself.
Manazuru Stone Slit Lamp
A hand-crafted stone lamp made from two Manazuru stones sourced from the coastline of the Manazuru Peninsula in Kanagawa, Japan. Three acrylic plates inserted into the rock provide a path for light to escape. Four resin feet lift the base for a floating effect. The lighting element is compatible with incandescent bulbs.
The lamp is compatible with 100V (Japan) and 110V (United States) currents. Additional adapters may be required for use outside of Japan and the United States.
Dimensions (width x depth x height): 200 x 150 x 215 mm
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