Jenny Worrall Table Lights
Are much sought after by homeowners, interior designers and the contract market alike.
Each piece of glass is blown to a specification before being decorated internally by a team of artists. A variety of images and paint finishes are used to make each piece an individual work of art.
The Jenny Worrall table lamp designs are inspired by the English countryside, and the design archives of the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Royal Horticultural Society.
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Direct supply of Jenny Worrall table lamps to various industries and public clients.
Jenny Worrall is a talented creator of glass lighting. She has developed a unique range of hand-decorated lamps, many of which have become collectors’ items. She uses a method of hand-blowing the glass and decorating it using the Victorian technique called Potichomania, a decorative art form that originates from the 1800’s and was designed to make glass look like porcelain.
This labour-intensive process involves a team of artists applying intricately cut-out images and decorative paint finishes to the inside of the glass, creating very individual works of illuminated art with an elegant vintage feel.
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Jenny Worrall bedside lights come in all shapes and sizes – small or large – and in a wide spectrum of colours varying from white, blue, green, yellow and light grey.
Her stunning creations suit all sorts of interiors from homes, to businesses, hotels and other corporate establishments. They are suitable for a wide range of rooms from: reception areas to drawing rooms, libraries, living rooms, bedrooms, offices and hallways.
If you are decorating a new home, it is important to add things of beauty that you will love as this transforms a house into a home. By investing in something hand-made and individual, you will cherish and value it long into the future. Jenny Worrall lamps will not only be admired by you, but also your guests too, and they are likely to become a talking point in your home.