All lampshades are lovely handmade by myself in the Wiltshire countryside using the historical photographic process known as Cyanotype or also known as a photogram. This process uses natural sunlight making every shade unique (the Prussian blue may vary very slightly). Hand finished with a foil blocking detail.

This lamp shade will fit on either a table lamp, floor lamp or ceiling pendant. The light shade can be made in several different sizes. If you would like something that is not listed please get in touch.

Each lampshade is unique with rolled edges and a single seam. It's not always possible to pattern match at the seam due to pattern placement.

LININGS: Choose a metallic lining for a luxurious and stylish warm glow, or choose a white lining for a brighter lighting effect.

The lampshades are backed with fire retardant pvc which has passed the glow wire test conducted by the Lighting Association. The lampshade includes an adaptor making it suitable either for a standard 28mm British fitting or for a 40mm European fitting.

Low energy bulbs are recommended for use as they will prevent scorching, use less energy and are therefore cheaper and better for the environment!

Sizing 20cm and 25cm diameter shades are ideal for table lamps. 30cm and 35cm diameter shades are ideal for floor lamps and ceiling pendants.




Commissions welcome please do get in touch. 


  • This is a small business run by a human being so please contact me if you have any issues and I am more than happy to discuss to find a resolution.

  • All items are made to order so please allow 10 working days before dispatch. Due to the process of sunlight needed to produce these shades some lead-times could be longer in the winter months, this will be advised on purchase. Or contact me prior to purchase. Lampshades are shipped by courier on a 48 hour tracked service – a signature will be required. Lampshades are cellophane wrapped (which is biodegradeable), securely boxed and marked fragile.  Please allow an extra day on deliveries to the Scottish Highlands.