Lava Lamp Metallic Purple
The 1960's brought us many wonderful things, like this peace, love and interesting lamps! The bases, colored wax and liquid, all combine to create a fun, bright and mesmerizing display. This unusual table lamp is ideal for a teenager’s bedroom or a pop of bright color to any room in your house. They are fabulous for mood lighting, as a nightlight, or just as an extra and totally cool addition to your home decor. Certainly a great Christmas or birthday gift !
Just turn on the lamp and let the bulb heats up the colored wax to form entrancing blob patterns as it floats up and down inside the liquid. It’s extremely hard to take your eyes away from the diamond lamp in motion! Watching the different sized blobs collide flow and split apart as they ooze their way up and around, inside the glass bottle of this lava lamp. The silver base and cap make this lamp truly unique. Enjoy the colorful motion of this classic version of the timeless lava lamp.
The lamp is about 37 cm tall and comes with a sturdy base to sit on any flat surface like a coffee table or bedside table. All you need to do is plug it in, wait for it to warm up and be prepared for 60's style lighting awesomeness!
- Dimensions: 37 cm H x 9 cm W x 9 cm D
- Net Weight: 1.10 kg
- Material: Glass, Metal
- Bulb: One RL39-30W (E14) bulb included
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