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Greek Oil Lamp

Greek Oil Lamp

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Published by Epalladio Ceramics Workshop in Greece .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatObject
Pagination replica (f1)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21067048M

  This is to report that I’ve accomplished one of my New Year’s resolutions: I made a ceramic oil lamp. Regular readers will know that I’m a little obsessed with lamps that burn cooking oil instead of kerosene. I like them so much, I made a little seashell oil lamp the very first project in our book Making It. As a child of the electric age.


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