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Tweetie Lamp

Lamps shaped like birds in the cage, 'Tweetie' came about from the tradition of canary in homes.
Canary presence in households dates back to the Egyptian and Roman civilizations; in Middle Ages and in English courts, it was a sign of good manners to have canaries in the sitting room. Thus, an icon of British high-ranking state turns into a CASAMANIA object-lamp. A symbolic figure, enhanced by gold plating and made useful for its illuminating function.


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