Ombre Clay Beaded Floor Lamp / Handmade


Statement lighting that starts on the floor

Specially created for those who want to incorporate lighting and eye-catching works of art that will add texture, interest and colour to any room. 

Each clay bead is hand rolled, kiln fired, then dip dyed before being individually strung onto a wrought iron frame and available in a range of colors, including our signature ombre. Wooden base varies between walnut and white oiled American oak. Just let us know your preference.

Available in sizes Medium and Large. 
Choose between solid color or ombre
Handmade in Africa by a beautiful community in Kwazulu Natal.


  • SIZES: Medium and Large
  • DIMENSIONS inc wire curls (approx):
    • Medium: 80cm high x 40cm diameter (31" high x 16" diameter) / 20kg (44 pounds)
    • Large: 110cm high x 50cm diameter (43" high x 19" diameter) / 35kg (78 pounds)
  • COLOR: White, Grey or Ombre
  • CUSTOM: We can custom-make any colour you like (see colour swatch in gallery)
  • ORIGIN: Africa / Australia
  • PRODUCTION TYPE: Handmade, One of a Kind
  • PRODUCTION TIME: 2-12 weeks


All designs are wired and conform to all international electrical standards

Pendant Style Lamp holders Lamp base Lamp type
M 5

(220-240V )


Up to 12W LED
L 6
Dimming Refer to lamp specification

Klaylife is a Registered Responsible Supplier under Australia's Electrical Equipment Safety Scheme (E2918)

Outside Australia: These products will be equally suitable for (or adaptable to) many other locations.


Introducing klaylife – clay beaded lighting and jewellery, proudly hand crafted by the women of South Africa.

Unlike so many products that come off the factory line, ours have a human story. They’re lovingly created by a community of women in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa*.

Drawing on African heritage and craftsmanship, each clay bead is hand rolled using raw clay. They are then sun dried, kiln fired and dip-dyed and in the case of our lights, masterfully strung onto its unique iron frame. This hand made process ensures that no two pieces will ever be the same.

Initially, our clay beaded pieces were crafted by local women whose lives had been impacted by HIV and so desperately needed an income to support their families. Over time, as popularity grew, more and more women with differing circumstances approached us for work. As a result the criteria has been broadened to any local woman who is prepared to put in the effort to create something special.

In 2012, 8 ladies were permanently employed. There are now over 65 dedicated women rolling beads and creating their own masterpiece. More importantly, they’re making a difference to their local community.

Today our contemporary chandeliers can be found lighting up some of the most gorgeous homes, hotels, restaurants and reception centres around the world.