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mokkatanten

Mokkatanten

Already a couple of times I shared with you the interesting work by the ladies from mokkatantenCora Gebauer from Berlin and Insa Doan from Amsterdam just send me another email with a new image from the gorgeous lace-balls-lamp…

LaceBall_lamp

…if you would to order them just send Insa an email and she will give you all the information.

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  1. L

    Beautiful. I have a thing for lace, etc. lately. How ideal would these be strung in a tree for a late night pic nic rendezvous.

  2. margie oomen

    the lighting is magical
    reminds me so much of my own crochet covered sea stones
    makes me want to find a way to light them up
    best wishes from north of toronto:)


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