Wooden Table Lamp |Handcrafted in NZ – Shades at Grays
Smooth polished wood with original erosion and replica edison bulb, lit, bu shades at grays.
Unique reclaimed wharf timber lamp, front view, lit.
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Original reclaimed wharf timber lamp crafted by shades at grays, back view.
Shades at Grays

Unique Table Lamp | Handcrafted | Wharf series #118

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Introduce a touch of New Zealand's heritage and rustic charm to your living space with this unique wood table lamp, made from reclaimed wharf timber.

The wood began its journey as a large Jarrah tree in Australia. It was cut and transported to New Zealand in the 19th Century and used to construct Eastbourne Wharf in Wellington Harbour.

JB rescued it when the wharf was renovated and lovingly cherished the wood to create a beautiful lamp.  Its polished finish, achieved with natural beeswax, highlights the wood's gorgeous grain and natural erosion marks.

Paired with a replica Edison bulb it provides warm ambient light and a touch of history to any room.

Now you have the chance to be part of its story. 

The dimensions of the lamp base are:

  • Height (including bulb) 24 cm; width 20 cm, length 19 cm. 
  • Weight: 2 kg

Each lamp comes with its own written history.

The vintage E27 40W screw fit Edison light bulb, which comes with your lamp, has a life of about 1500 hours and can be easily changed for any number of similar bulbs that are widely available in New Zealand.

Each lamp is independently tagged and tested. It has a long lead and an in-line switch.

We recommend a maximum 40W bulb.

Your unique Edison table lamp has a felt pad on the base to protect any surface you choose to put it on.


We have a $9.50 flat fee for delivery in the Wellington area, and a (free) click and collect service from Plimmerton, Wellington and Greytown, Wairarapa.

Delivery charges outside of Wellington will be calculated at check-out.

Deliveries to Australia may be subject to custom regulations regarding the importation of timber and are the responsibility of the purchaser.

Thank you for supporting a small NZ business.