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Bell Jar Light

We all have cherished objects, favorite collectibles, and treasured items we canīt bear to part with, many have no real function or value, but we keep them because we love them. Similar to a piece of art in a museum, the Bell Jar Light finally puts our cherished pieces in the spotlight, letting you show off your curiosities while keeping them from dust and grubby hands. The hand blown glass dome sits on a painted wooden base, and a USB-powered LED lightsource at the bottom provides a beautiful even illumination and creates a stunning focal point.

Learn more from Suck UK, or grab one from Amazon
Available in Europe here

source: The Awesomer




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