Kina references the inner shell of the local saltwater sea-urchin called kina in Māori. David saw a kina shell in Antarctica – an exquisite jewel sunk in a tiny hollow in the sea ice. The shell had absorbed enough warmth from the sun to melt the ice around it, an exquisite jewel.
- Shipped in environmentally friendly kitset packaging
- Easy assembly at home via PDF or online video
- Available in 5 sizes
- 12 standard colour options (custom colours on request)
- Comes with cord, bulb holder (CableCup ceiling rose on request)
- Intended for dry interior spaces.