Jonathan Adler was born in farm town in New Jersey, 1966. Jonathan Adler pottery begins its life in our Soho studio, where Jonathan and his team design and sculpt every prototype. The product you are viewing is produced by skilled artisans at our main workshop in Peru. They make molds from our prototypes and then hand craft each piece from high-fired stoneware or porcelain. Our Peruvian workshop was found through Aid to Artisans, a non-profit organization that connects designers in America with artisans in developing countries to promote fair trade.
|Number of Lights: 1||Wattage per Bulb: 150 Watts (W)|
|Shade Included: Yes|
Questions & Answers
Robert Abbey Capri Jonathan Adler Small Table Lamp
Robert Abbey Jonathan Adler Capri Small Table Lamp
lettuceiyv from Fremont, CA– Verified Buyer
a little bigger than I thought
Sensitive to Sunlight!
Amber from Columbus, OH
I bought this lamp for a pop of color in my apple green and cream living room. It's stylish and looks great on an end table. We use it for reading as there are no overhead lights in this room.
Love this lamp
By the Beach from Santa Monica, CA– Verified Buyer
This lamp is stunning. It's cool, modern, stylish and illuminates an area very well. The blue base is a rich almost turquoise that brightens my mood! I placed it on a side table in the living room where it is both functional and artistic. The only downside is the awkward placement of the on/off switch - one must reach down through, or up under, the shade to access the switch.
Anonymous from New York– Verified Buyer
Family owned and operated, Robert Abbey's passion has always been design. In the early 1990’s they moved their factories and offices from New York to the foothills of North Carolina.
Robert Abbey products include table lamps, desk lamps, floor lamps, wall fixtures, ceiling fixtures, coffee tables, and end tables. With transitional and contemporary design, Robert Abbey is a perfect brand for today's homes. Robert Abbey features amazing products from world-renown designers such as Jonathan Adler, David Easton, and Rico Espinet.