Inka Lights
Contemporary lights made in the tiffany technique kept in white glass with the inclusion of natural and manmade materials
Lights with Globes and Circles
Lights with Slate, Crystals and Tumble Stones
Lights whith the inclusion of slate
Lights with Shells and Pebbles
Lights with Squares
Magic Lantern Lights
With these Lights I use magic lantern slides. Most of these are from about 1890-1930.
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Magic Lantern Lights

African Village

With this light I used a number of slides again from the end of 18hundred - beginning of 19hundred depicting scenes from an african village and very probably a missionary school in Africa.
The pictures are set in triangels and two glass stripes in warm clear white and amber run all the way from top to bottom.
The main body of the light is kept in opaque white glass, 14cm square and 60cm high.

The light comes supplied with a 3m switched black flex and light bulb equivalant to 70w.


Land and Water

This light is made with the use of original magic lantern slides from the late 1800 to early 1900. It is 16cm square and 78 cm high. The main body is kept in opalelscent glass. You can find this light named Land and Water in the White Sails Gallery, Dartmouth priced at £695

Mickey Mouse in 'Fishing Around'

This light as been made with the use of the original magic lantern slides from the 1930. These images have been printed onto a thin plastic film which have been sandwiched between to pieces of glass. Through time the plastic has bubbled up wich is normal with slides of this age and make but less noticable than displayed here.
The light is called Mickey Mouse in Fishing Around. It is 65cm high and 14cm square with the main body kept in opalescent glass with a light turqouise stripe of mouthblown glass down the left side. 


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