Baby Bustard tabletop bird lamp

Baby Bustard tabletop bird lamp


This tabletop bird lamp operates as a desk or table lamp. The light source shines out of the lower part of the oak 'beak'-shade. This is adjustable and can be rotated through 90 degrees to shine where needed.

The whole bird body rotates by turning the mechanical brass handle mounted on its side. This action changes the bird's posture so you can have fun with its attitude, shape and where the light falls. The tail is also adjustable.

  • Limited edition series of 100

  • Size of a large chicken (80 cm tall x 33 cm wide)

  • Weighs 6 kg

  • Beak light has 90 degrees of rotation allowing different configurations.

  • Aluminium, oak, concrete, brass, and stainless steel

  • 240V 50Hz mains powered, GU9 LED bulb.

  • Named after the Great Bustard bird (see below)

  • Designed and handmade by Dan Morrison

This bird lamp is an eye-catching piece so can be used as a self-lighting bird sculpture or as a work lamp.

Our Baby Bustard was named after the Great Bustard - the heaviest flying animal alive today, and one that became extinct in the UK in 1872 but is now being reintroduced.

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The Great Bustard Project

The Great Bustard Group is a UK Registered Charity that aims to establish a self-sustaining population of Great Bustards in the UK and create practical conservation measures for Great Bustards in Saratov, Russia. Great Bustards were formerly very much part of British wildlife before they were finally hunted out of existence in Britain by the 1840s. They have suffered similar dramatic declines in numbers across their range in the last 200 years and their global population is now estimated to be just 35,000 individuals. They are currently listed as Vulnerable in the IUCN Red List of Globally Threatened Species.

For more information visit the project website.