During the Victorian era, styles moved away from pure function and into detailed aesthetics that could become quite ornate. Asymmetrical shapes and intricate design were commonly featured in art and culture throughout the era. The Faraday Series incorporates those characteristics with arching lines in the cocoa leaf shade and a decorative, whimsical metal swirl that breaks away from the stem.
Features fossilized guyabano leaves that are hand placed on a standard UL lamp backing, laminated and formed into a traditional wide-based lampshade shape using a non-toxic adhesive. The metal is finished with an antique copper powder coat finish. The metal work is set on a driftwood base with small wooden legs.