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Unique Recycled glass light


Rare recycled amber and clear glass light.

A unique grape shape light made following the highest standards of the Syrian master craftsmen.

It will be able to enrich any ambience donating a magical touch.

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Unique Recycled glass light

Every item of the Artiquea’s lights collection has been carefully selected from Artiquea’s specialists for its outstanding quality and rarity.

Artiquea always makes sure that every precious piece of its collections is sold at the best price in the market.


The craft of glass-blowing was invented in Syria during the first century and is a tradition carried on to this day. Glass is collected from across the city and separated by colour before being crushed washed and melted down.

To ensure the purity of the glass only one colour of glass is worked with at a time, with the artisans working around the clock using a furnace which is never allowed to burn out creating exquisite baubles, spiral disks and vases, many of which can be seen in Artiquea.

Unfortunately, due to the costs of maintaining furnace temperatures, it is a dwindling skill with just one family-run workshop left in Damascus.


Dimensions are all approximate. The hand-crafted nature of the pieces means Artiquea cannot guarantee the exact size of each light, although each piece will only vary slightly.

Artiquea: Handmade Antiques, Mother of Pearl Syrian Furniture in London

Artiquea is an Aladdin’s cave of antiques, paintings, handmade furniture, glassware and lighting from Syria direct to the heart of London. If you’re looking for the finest handmade Syrian furniture in London – Artiquea can help you.

Artiquea is a showroom and wholesaler supplying handmade Syrian and Middle Eastern furniture, lighting, paintings, sculptures, stone mosaic murals and other art and homeware items! Our handmade furniture are beautifully crafted and of the highest quality. Supplying Syrian antiques in London originated from an increasing gap in cultures widening conflicts affect the outlook of people all over the world in a negative way. We felt that art was the best strategy for re-connecting people and inspiring them in a positive light.

Even today, craftsmen still use the most basic tools to create these beautiful pieces of furniture. With a wide range of antique products from Syrian paintings, Egyptian wall lights and Moroccan brass hanging lantern – we have items from all across the Middle Eastern world! All of our antiques are truly unique and eye catching.