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46cm Enban, Asaraku Hemp Lamp Shade

£9200

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Similar to our 53cm Enban shades but with a much smaller lower aperture, these 46cm diameter shades look great in a cluster with the daifuku or maru shades. Hemp is quite rare as a paper and it will lose it's bright whiteness and soften a tiny bit as it ages. 

  • 46cm Diameter, 20cm High (approximately)
  • Shade only, if you like the cordset, it is available here
  • These shades now attach directly to your pendant cord, you have a choice of a White or Black hanger grip. These will work with any diameter flex/cable as long as it is round, not flat, and will work in any country, including the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand
  • Our paper shades do not have a stretcher inside and will not always be perfectly symmetrical. Your shade will come with care instructions if you want to stretch it out and make it as round as possible.
  • Washi paper from Gifu and Tokushima prefectures (Care Guide)
  • Lamp shade made by hand by Fushitani Shouten in Nagoya, Japan
Meet the Maker:

Fushitani Shouten

Fushitani san’s father started the company in 1962 after completing a traditional ten-year apprenticeship. This family company keeps using traditional techniques and materials but also seeks to innovate. They have developed new styles of chōchin (Japanese paper lights) like the double-layered shades and sectioned shades.

For Fushitani san, tradition is innovation, accepting new challenges is a necessity for the future. His main motivation is introducing Japanese paper lampshades to overseas and connecting people in the world through his works. Half of his business is firmly in traditional Japan: making lamps for temples and restaurants, but the other half is making modern paper lamp shades for both the domestic and overseas market.