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MAKING OF:
THE RAW ALABASTER
TABLE LAMP

Discover the process behind the unique raw edges
featured on the Raw Alabaster Table Lamp.




Alabaster is a soft, velvety sedimentary gypsum rock. Commonly white or lightly shaded and translucent. Each piece of alabaster varies in color, tint, and pattern. These natural characteristics give a one of a kind look to each lamp.
Regina Andrew founders Jimi and Carla use a discerning eye to hand-select the envisioned shapes for the latest designs.




Typically the mined alabaster is 16"-20" in height and 2-3 feet in diameter. Stones from the quarry are transported to a sawmill where they will be hand slected, sawed, sculpted, and drilled to fit the intended design.

A combination of chisels, files, and rotary tools are used to shape the alabaster. Once the desired shape is achieved, the surface is sanded with multiple grits of sandpaper.

The Mini Diva Chandelier





Height: 27.5
Width: 15
Depth: 15
Shade: 13 x 15 x 10
Wattage: 75 Watt Max
Bulb Qty: 2
Bulb Type: A Type Medium Base (E26)
Socket: E26 S-Cluster Pull Chain
Wiring Type: Standard
Cord: 8 feet
Material: Alabaster
Finish: Natural Stone
Weight: 20



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