Taigalamp KELO

The Kelo wood base with its weathered silver-grey surface gives the lamp a very distinctive look. Avainlippu_Sininen_rgb
Kelo wood is also known as “dead wood” because the wood has developed with dehydration in the dry coldness of the subarctic zones, the tree having stopped growing after some 300–400 years. The tree has then remained upright for another few hundred years.
The height of the lamp is about 17 cm.