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'Albie' Puppy light by salvage design duo JamesPlumb

The ‘Albie’ light is created out of reclaimed wood and recycles wheels from other toys

‘Albie’ puppy light is two-thirds the size of his older brother ‘Samson’. Both are lights made out of recycled materials and parts.
This whimsical light created by designers JamesPlumb is only available in a limited edition of 25, and will be showing along with many of their other products at Tent London.

JamesPlumb consists of two designers, James Russell and Hannah Plumb, who have recently been commissioned to provide a range of work for Liberty. They create environmentally friendly and unique pieces by recycling antiques and cast-offs such as old lampshades, pub sign lights, and ageing silk screens.

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