BAE Aircraft Exhaust Lamp

Feb 12, 2015

Category: Living

Are you looking to make a bigger statement with your lighting than say, a $19 purchase from Target? We think a 6-foot-plus tall lamp with a shade made from aircraft parts is a damn fine place to start.

Drawing on the style of the A.E Cremer Parisian lights of the 1950s, the Exhaust Lamp from Fallen Furniture promises to tower over just about everything in your home, both literally and aesthetically. The stainless steel exhaust cone comes from a BAE 146 before undergoing an intricate mix of sanding, polishing and heating to get that dreamy mix of blues, golds, and purples. The polished stainless steel stand has been designed and manufactured from the ground up, and the lamp-head features Italian holophane glass. [Purchase]

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