New from West Coast potter Sarah VanRaden of Notary Ceramics: a handmade line of table lamps. “This is something I’ve been working on for the better part of a year, and we are finally ready to send it out into the world,” Sarah says. “It’s been a serious labor of love.”

“Our aim was to create a lighting collection that’s both timeless and modern, and just a bit rustic. I hand throw each lamp base on a potters wheel in our Portland, OR, studio; each lamp is then wired by a certified electrician using high-quality components. We had the pleated, coated linen shades made for us in Norway and shipped over.”

Here’s a look:

Photography by Kris Leboeuf.

The line ranges in price from $550 to $700, and is available with a choice of shade colors.
Above: The line ranges in price from $550 to $700, and is available with a choice of shade colors.
The hardware is solid unlacquered brass, and the cords are waxed cotton twisted cording fitted with a European-style plug; $675.
Above: The hardware is solid unlacquered brass, and the cords are waxed cotton twisted cording fitted with a European-style plug; $675.
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Above: Notary Lighting Collection #12 is handmade from chocolate stoneware clay and glazed in matte gray glaze; $675.
Notary Lighting Collection #3 is handmade from white porcelain clay and glazed in a soft satin white finish; $550.
Above: Notary Lighting Collection #3 is handmade from white porcelain clay and glazed in a soft satin white finish; $550.
The Notary Lighting Collection #7 is handmade from sandy brown stoneware clay and has a soft matte clear glaze; $675.
Above: The Notary Lighting Collection #7 is handmade from sandy brown stoneware clay and has a soft matte clear glaze; $675.

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