Kanamota Table Lamp
Our Kanamota table lamp is named after Mount Saint Helena which is Kanamota in Native American. Kanamota also means human mountain. Composed of uplifted 2.4 million year old volcanic rocks, it is one of the few mountains in the SF Bay Area to receive any snowfall during the winter. The table light is glazed in a speckled white for that reason. Each design takes inspiration from the location's specific terrain while the light bulb represents the position of the sun.
- 7" W x 3.5" D x 12.5" H (includes the height of lightbulb)
25 watt incandescent bulb light included. 60 watt maximum. 6 ft cord includes toggle switch. UL-listed parts.
Care instructions : Spot clean with soap and warm water. Be sure to unplug lamp when cleaning :)
*Due to the nature of this item, it is non-returnable. Please contact us with any questions prior to purchasing.
About The Brand
Virginia Sin, the woman behind SIN, is a Brooklyn-based multi-disciplinary designer. In 2006, she left LA for Brooklyn, abandoning, “way better tacos” in the name of making a name for herself. With her collections of overalls, small rocks and medium-sized succulents in tow, she set up a studio in Greenpoint and developed her first line: The Gluttony Collection.
By 2007, the collection had attracted the attention of Design Within Reach and received “Most Sustainable” in the Modern+Design+Function Competition. Nine years later, in 2016, it was acquired by The New York Historical Society Museum, where it became part of their 20th and 21st century objects collection.
Working to continually broaden her design horizons, Virginia has focused her recent attention on redefining ceramic coils, translating her graphic designs into weave structures and challenging the limitations of clay in the lighting industry, in hopes to bring some extra warmth into the world.