August 3, 2006

Mogumbu Shrunken Head Swag Lamp

Filed under: Shopping,Tiki — Humuhumu @ 12:15 pm
DSK Designs Mogumbu lamp
DSK Designs Mogumbu lamp

After a three-year production break, Dave Krys has brought back his Mogumbu shrunken head swag lamp for a limited run. The lamp is hand-painted cast ceramic, a bit smaller than a human head, with twine stitching an long black hair, and looks nice & creepy whether it’s lit or not. It comes with 12 feet of cord and chain, a red lightbulb, an in-line switch, and ceiling hooks for hanging. He can also customize it with a shorter chain and a canopy to cover the junction box if you’d prefer a ceiling mount. He’ll be selling them soon on eBay, but is first offering them at $150 (their full selling price is $175) to Tiki Centralites.

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