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Poldina Lido Table Lamp

Product Details

Poldina Lido Table Lamp is a battery-operated, portable and rechargeable table lamp that features a ceramic lampshade cover, made and hand-painted in Italy.

The ceramic hand-decorated shade is exclusively manufactured in partnership between Zafferano Ai Lati & Civita Castellana, a long-established factory in a village near Rome. Civita Castellana is renowned for being a location where the art of ceramics has been practised since the 10th century BC.

Poldina Lido Table Lamp is made of painted die-cast aluminium with a polycarbonate diffuser and is equipped with a contact charging base and dimmer touch control. Suitable for outdoor (lamp IP65 rating) and indoor use (lamp on charging base IP20 rating).

The lamp is also equipped with a light colour temperature selection function, 2700K or 3000K.

Dimensions (cm) H38 x Ø13
Application Indoor / Outdoor
Material Aluminium, Ceramic, Polycarbonate
Finish Blue, Green, Red or Yellow
Lamp LED 2.2W 2700K-3000K
IP-Rating IP54
Lead Time

This product has a lead time of 14-18 weeks for production and dispatch.

Express shipping options are available with a surcharge, please contact our support team who will be happy to provide more information. 

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The Brand

Zafferano Ai Lati

In 2005, Federico de Majo presented Ai Lati, a brand of lighting for indoors and outdoors, featuring a specific identity in the decorative and technical lighting fields.

These collections combine the art of glassmaking with technology.