Saddle Lamps
Capa II Pendant Light

$2,625.00

Board-formed leather shade with brass hardware.

The lamps in this collection are inspired by Colombia’s equestrian heritage, layered with a jewel-toned color palette that takes inspiration from the works of Colombian artist Fernando Botero.

Talabartero translates as ‘master saddler,’ and the collection draws upon the expert craftsmanship and fine detailing—the stitching, the braiding and the hand tooling—that characterize the best of vintage saddles from the area.

Each lamp is crafted from natural grain board-formed leather, guided by the same formation techniques as those used in fashioning saddles, with curves reminiscent of the figures in Botero’s paintings.
We’ve partnered with master craftsman Edgar Beltrán Jaramillo and the skilled team in his Bogotá-based workshop to bring this collection to life.

Leadtime 8-10 weeks.

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Description

D E T A I L S

TOTAL DIMENSIONS
18” Ø x 9” H
46 cm Ø x 23 cm H

CANOPY DIMENSIONS
5” Ø x 5/8” H
13 cm Ø x 1.5 cm H

SUSPENSION (customized to order)
Brass stem
12″ minimum OAH (without ring)
18″ minimum OAH (with ring)
55″+ OAH (additional cost)

MATERIALS
Natural Grain Leather
5 Color Options
Natural Brass Hardware (Wax Sealed)

LAMPING
Single Socket
Bulbrite, G25, E26 LED (bulb included)
8.5W | 60W Equivalent
800 Lumens
3000K | CRI 90
Fully compatible dimming

Dimmable with most incandescent and
LED dimmers.

CERTIFICATIONS
UL-listed (120V) and NOM certified
240V Available upon request

WEIGHT
8 lbs / 4 kg

LEADTIME
8-10 weeks

With full-grain leather, the unique surface characteristics of the animal hide remain visible; natural markings and shade variations showcase the inherent beauty of the material.

D O W N L O A D S

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LEATHER OPTIONS

ALMENDRA

NEGRO

PALMA

MORA

COBALTO

Additional information

Weight30 lbs

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    This collection takes its lead from the tribal villages of Hazaribagh in Northeastern India, where the walls of the villages’ mud homes are decorated with rambling, figurative murals.

    The mural-painting is part of a matrimonial ritual for the women which takes place every spring during the marriage season. Fleeting in nature, each year the murals are washed away with the heavy monsoon rains–and then once again started anew.

    Drawn to the exaggerated scale and the boldness of the Khovar designs, we commissioned women in the villages to do three paintings for us (leaf, vine, flower)–which we have translated into a collection of fabrics and wallpapers.

    Our partners in this collection, the women from the Tribal Women Artists Cooperative (TWAC), receive a commission for each yard sold.

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