The macopa, also known as the rose apple, is a summer fruit popular in the south pacific shaped like an upside-down wine glass. The shape of the Macopa Lamp simulates this fruit as it naturally hangs from its tree. The curved, metal stem leads to a long shade with a perched, handcrafted, copper butterfly. Its downward light makes this piece a very decorative yet functional desk lamp.
- Product Features
- Setting: Indoor
- Fixture finish: Wrought iron and mango wood
- Shades: Real cocoa leaves dyed with natural colorants
- On/off cord switch
- Number of Bulbs: 1
- Dimensions: 12 inches long x 7 inches wide x 20 inches high
We highly recommend using LED bulbs with this lamp. 400 to 800 lumens per bulb in soft white light is suggested.
A19 Medium Base
Max 13-Watt Type SBCFL or LED
We do not recommend incandescent bulbs because the heat from the bulb can discolor the shade over time.
Features fossilized cocoa leaves arranged vertically that are hand placed on a standard UL lamp backing and then laminated using a non-toxic adhesive, creating the three side panels of the lamp. The panels are handstitched onto a powder coated, wrought iron frame to form a curved design. The upper interior of the lamp is finished with additional fossilized cocoa leaves.
We are a founding member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council; a coalition of manufacturers, retailers, and designers dedicated to raising awareness and expanding the adoption of environmentally sustainable practices across the home furnishings industry.
Our products are manufactured using materials that are sustainably harvested, safe dyes that are food-based, and water-based finishes.
The leaves used in our products are either collected after a tree naturally sheds them or are plucked from a living tree. In either case, the plant isn't harmed. Additionally, the purchase of the leaves we use provides a secondary income to the framers who grow and care for plants.
We view ourselves as partners with our manufacturers and continuously exchange ideas on how to improve production, product quality, and the health and well-being of the artisans that work to create the products we sell. We visit our manufacturers on a regular basis to ensure that our core mission is being followed.
Our products are produced in the Philippines, a country that is fast growing, and progressive on ensuring workers' rights. It is also a country where many companies are run by women and their entrepreneurial efforts are encouraged. The artisans who make our pieces are paid a living wage, provided quality housing, have access to continuing education, and work under dignified and safe conditions.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.