‘The Cordless Lamp Collection’ at Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam Ltd offers the design industry a beautiful range of luxury cordless table lamps. Please do view our whole collection here.
These cordless lamps are a godsent for interior designers. They are both a stylish and stunning solution to illuminating a dark space where an electricity socket may have been forgotten. Alternatively, placed on an outdoor table, coffee table or mantle-piece, these lamps provide the ambient lighting but without the mess of the cord.
These lamps are hand-crafted in Britain by our master craftspeople and are available in a variety of metal finishes with either a complimentary metal shade or a soft fabric lampshade.
Once charged, the battery will last for up to 16 hours. US and EU compatible upon request.
We are very proud to have developed a deep and long-standing relationship with another much loved and respected lighting manufacturer in Italy – ‘Anna-Lari‘. We offer our design community access to a selection of their collection and we are very proud to be the exclusive stockist for the ‘Ambrina Cordless Table Lamp‘ in the UK and Europe.
This popular model is now stocked in London across a range of different finishes and already wired to cater for the different specifications in UK, Europe and U.S.
Creativity and dynamism are the strong points of the company founded in 1966 by Giorgio Gandellini and Anna Lari, two people who decided to share life, passion, ideas and dreams.
The birth of their daughters, Giada and Ambra, inspired the production lines which were followed by many others… originality, purity of shapes, careful colour and finish selection is what the whole collection is about.
Giorgio and Anna, with the help of Giada and Ambra and other talented people ensure that this family run workshop, design, make and distribute their products to the finest stores in Italy and across the world.
Today, Anna-Lari lamps and decorative objects, with their essential shapes and minimalist lines, respond to the current design trends which demand careful research of colours and the materials; brass, iron, aluminium, copper, plexiglass and glass.
They try to make the most of the technical and aesthetic potential of the metal and invent new antique finishes (rusted iron, acidic black and scolded brass) without neglecting the modern and shiny finishes such as chrome, steel, gold and silver.
Each piece is finished with the passion and the skills of a real craftmans and becomes a unique product with no concession to mass production.