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Welcome to 2021

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With Christmas behind us, as we enter a new year in 2021, it's certainly shaping up to be an interesting year.

As our area of Sydney has been in lockdowns since effectively 16th December 2020, this has certainly upended the holiday period.

New Years eve was spent working on the website which then unknowingly became a catalyst for the next 6 days of pretty much rewriting the backend of the website to separate out our portfolio and finally add a story on each of our lamps.

In addition, we have also added a separate gallery; Images of Interest to bring together random images of lamps and lighting that we have found interesting and provide us with inspiration.

I personally would like to take a moment to recognise our Local Australian Supplies and creative teams that I have had the privilege in dealing with and make what we do, possible:


Philip Greenwood and the team - Edison Light Globes, Melbourne.
Lindsay and Russel - Wombat In Thirroul, NSW.
Neil Morrison - Little Anvil, Melbourne.
Charlie Hillen - Charlie Woodturner, Nowra
Emma Kiner - Lulu + Peach Stationary, Sydney.

A special heartfelt thanks and appreciation goes out to Dean & Rose Kiner of Siboni's coffee, Pymble, they are the lifeblood by way of good friendship and freshly roasted coffee, and Dean's meticulous eye for detail in what works practically and aesthetically.

As I begin to sign off on this post and prepare to update this website to go-live, there is the most important person in my life to mention; Linda is my inspiration, not only as a beautiful photographer in her own right at Linda Fury Photography, but also my love and my life. These past weeks have been a difficult challenge as we had to endure this festive holiday apart (due to lockdowns).

The Good news, finally on the 7th January 2021 with restrictions somewhat relaxed, I can finally present her my gift, the beautiful set of bedside lamps.

Finally, please also head over to my other recently updated creative and related interest based websites at Flavio R. Spedalieri Photography and Nightlase Technologies.


Bespoke Steampunk Bedside Lamps

Bespoke Banker Lamp

As this text is written, 10 minutes remain of 2020, a year that will go down in history, and a year of many mixed feelings and emotions.

As I write this final piece in the final minutes of 2020 (and in lockdowns), these set of bedside lamps, have a personal value, as they are a Christmas gift for my love, Linda Fury.

Sadly, as 2020 winds out, Christmas and now New Year's Eve is spent apart.

Hopefully it will not be too long before Linda will be able to see these pieces, personally.

The lamp holders feature American Oak inlays by Little Anvil Melbourne, and pipe components, cloth wire, and lamp shades from Edison Light Globes, Melbourne.

Here is to see out 2020...

Wishing all a happy 2021.


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Bespoke Steampunk Table Lamp

Bespoke Banker Lamp

2020 seems to have become a little busier on the lamp fronts with several projects coming to fruition.

Normally the weekends will see me on the NSW South Coast, and regularly we will venture through to Robertson and the Southern Highlands town of Bowral.

In early July 2020, we travelled up to Fitzroy Falls, were a small antique and wares store, "Grandpa's Shed" exists, which is a little gem to visit.

Lurking in the back, I had found a high-voltage insulator (which, incidently I have my eye on for some time), however this time I made an offer and purchased it.

For some time, I have had a brass cage and components which I had purchased from Edison Light Globes in Melbourne, which would be the basis of the lamp.

I must take a moment to mention the creative folk at Edison Light Globes, as they have some beautiful products and excellent parts and service, not to mention the inspiration for this lamp.

I had decided to use the insulator as a base for the lamp which would require some additional design for mounting and integrating the components.

The project commenced with drilling of the ceramic insulator. I then ordered some additional components from Edison Light Globes to complete the lamp.

The lamp was completed on 10th August 2020.


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Restored Trouble Lamp

Restored Trouble Lamp

Late 2019 and 2020 will go down as a very historical period in our times, and certainly we are not out of the woods yet. One good thing with restrictions, it's allowing for some breathing space, for a chance to 'slow down'.

In April 2019, by chance, while venturing through The Old Bus Depot Markets in Canberra, I had come across a beautiful trouble lamp with a unique style timber handle, and not widely seen. So much was the lamp sought after by passers by that I even had a request if I would sell the piece.

Since April 2019, I have had this lamp hanging in our decked room, with the plan to eventually restore the lamp and fully replace the older wiring and plug.

Following on from having completed major 6-month project of converting a coffee grinder, I had spent a few days in Mid July 2020 to tackle this small project to restore this little lamp.

The work would see the timber handle stripped and sanded back, then several coats of stain and oil reapplied to maintain a beautiful aged look. The custom cage was brushed clean, and lightly painted with some black paint and brushed back to reveal some 'wear'.

The Lamp holder was inspected and cleaned prior to rewiring. A brass cable grip was added together with a twisted brown fabric covered cable and finally, an Edison style Filament globe installed complete the piece.



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Organic Series 2

Organic Series 2

2019 had been a relatively quiet year with respect to lamp making, however we ended the year with a special project, a set of bedside lamps for my sister as a Christmas gift.

Following on from our first Organic Series lamp, The Organic Series 2 are inspired by the organic textures of hollowed timber log cross-sections, giving a very rustic and unique result.

The lamps feature full brass E27 lamp holders, our signature burgundy fabric cable and the warmth of incandescent lamps.



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Final Edition of our Signature Tap Lamp in Production

Signature Tap Lamp

We mark the begining of our final run of our Signature Tap Lamps, with Edition No.5 now sold and No.4 our only remaning edition.

Our final three hand-crafted tap-lamps features our fully laser engraved logo, burgundy cloth covered cable & brass cable hardware from Edison Light Globes. An AGM 1950s CD423 telephone pole insulator is a main feature, with inspiration of water flow from a tap.

Our final Edition No.5 Signature Tap Lamp is being produced, and priced at $450.00 and once sold, no further units will be available making these a rare and unique piece to be admired for years to come.







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Retro Retort Lamp

Trouble Lamp Pendant

A lamp that has been on drawing board since building the trouble lamps, is a retro retort stand lamp featuring a genuine scientific retort stand that was sourced from our gem, Wombat In Thirroul.

We sourced genuine retro Scientific cross-boss head clamps form Mark Denver Antiques and Vintage in Fitzroy, Melbourne.

The final piece adding a touch of retro industrial to our collection.




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Trouble Light Pendants

Trouble Lamp Pendant

Following a busy 2017 with various project and orders, we have most recently completed our latest builds of four beautiful bespoke trouble light pendants for our clients at Siboni's coffee.

We enlisted the creative talent of Charlie Hillen, a wood turner based in Nowra (instagram: @charliewoodturner) to turn up some raw sample handles from spotted gum and Jarrah, and we finally finished the handles with a final sand and sealing with Scandinavian Oil and Wax.

For the production series of pendants, we selected Jarrah to match the tones in the cafe. The next task was ordering the lamp components and cages from Edison Light Globes and then commencing work on the cage's rustic patina.

In developing the Patina, we gained some interesting thoughts on developing our own style to complete the look.

Finally, we completed assembley of all four lamps and full electrical safety testing prior to delivery.

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Enterprise 750 Grinder Restoration

Enterprise 750

We closed out 2017 with the completion of one of our biggest projects, the restoration of an circa late 1800s early 1900s Enterprise Manufacturing Co No. 750 grinder.

This grinder was found back in early 2017 while driving by Wombat In Thirroul on the NSW South Coast.

A great deal of time and attention has been spent during restoration from initial sandblasting and application of a protective coat, application of the final colour and hand Painting the crimson red of each individual letters.

A beautiful new handle was turned from PNG Rosewood, and sealed with Scandinavian oil.

A beautiful piece of recycled ironbark timber was sourced for the base, fully hand sanded, stained and sealed before final fixing to the grinder base via 4 solid brass counter-sunk Slot-Head screws and nuts.

Finally, our custom made "boiler plate" certification plaque by Little Anvil is set onto the piece completing this project.

The grinder is now available for viewing at Siboni's coffee in Pymble.

Expressions of interest are being accepted for this rare and unique pieces of history.

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Signature Tap Lamp

Signature Tap Lamp

In November 2017, we received a special request for a lamp to be given as a gift from mother to her son as an inspiration to follow his interests and dreams as a carpenter, plumber or electrician as these jobs serve to benefit the community as well as working with hand-crafting skills.

Perhaps one of our best fitting examples is our "Tap Lamps" featuring glass, metal pipe, and wood elements. We then set about making our third Tap Lamp something special.

Our third hand-crafted tap-lamp features our first fully laser engraved logo, burgundy cloth covered cable & brass cable hardware from Edison Light Globes. An AGM 1950s CD423 telephone pole insulator is a main feature, with inspiration of water flow from a tap.


Our Tap Lamps are now strictly limited to an edition of 5, with 4 units now sold out. Please contact us to secure your lamp before it's too late.

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