1918 Singer 66K Lotus Flower Sewing Machine Telephone Lamp

Sale price$300.00
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You Won't Believe How This Ingenious Lamp Combines Romance, History, Dystopian Universe and Steampunk Aesthetic! 

Step into a dystopian world and reimagine a past with historical romance and a dash of ingenious invention. Looking to add an authentic touch of soft Steampunk aesthetic to your home? Then you will absolutely love our unique sewing machine combined with a telephone into a desk lamp!

Imagine if Alexander Graham Bell and Isaac M. Singer joined forces to design the first telephone. What an aesthetically stunning masterpiece of a phone in the late 19th century it would have been. Now, we bring you a fantastical homage to that era with this gorgeous desk lamp, exquisitely crafted by combining a Singer 66K and an STC 400AT, to light up your home while taking you back in time..   

This lamp's design is both sophisticated and intriguing, evoking curiosity, and admiration. The warm glow from the dimmable filament globe illuminates your space, a unique reminder of a time where innovation, courage, and imagination reigned supreme. The details are exquisite: an early rope braided phone cable replaces the traditional black spiralled cord, adding an authentic antique touch. A restored, functioning rotary dialler sits at the base, the clanking sound of its mechanism taking you back to a simpler time. The Handcrank Magneto ready to wind when you next make a call. The body of the famous Singer 66k Lotus Flower as the hero, fashioning her years of hard work from the faded decals through to the worn Shellac. It's not just a lamp; it's a conversation starter, a statement piece, and a small portal to a reimagined dystopian past? 

Plus, our lamps are not just beautiful - they're also eco-friendly! By upcycling old sewing machines and telephones, we're doing our part to reduce waste and promote sustainability.

Who wouldn't want a piece like this in their home or kitchen? Imagine the comments and questions you'll receive when people see this lamp in action. And with only one available, you'll be the only one in the world with this exciting piece of antique history

 Test Tagged
 1918 Singer 66K Lotus Flower Sewing Machine
 1952 STC 400AT BakeliteTelephone
 ST64 Filament globe
 Exterior carefully cleaned and rejuvenated using sewing machine oil to protect and preserve
 Dimmable and includes inline dimmer switch
 Modern Edison screw type globe fitting (e27)
 1.2 metre power cable
 Timber base waxed to a satin sheen


You can use either an LED globe or the pictured Filament globe (recommended). Personally, I think either work well and enhance the overall look and style of the lamp. What you see in the photos is my recommendation and will give a nice warm effect in whatever setting it's placed.

● This is solid yet fragile piece, as with most of my designs need to be treated like they are expensive artwork 

● If you are located in Brisbane, you are welcome to collect from our workshop in Joyner. 
● I specialise in creating custom and bespoke desk lamps at very reasonable prices. Can work to any budget or scale, send me a message and we can discuss your requirements 
● If you love what I do, keep up to date with my latest designs by following me on Facebook and Instagram!

Don't miss out on the chance to own this unique and stylish lamp, experience the perfect blend of function and aesthetic appeal. Explore my online store, Facebook and Instagram to see my previous works, or send a message to discuss a commission. Whether you're looking for a simple, elegant piece or an insanely wild creation, I have the skills and expertise to make your dreams an affordable reality.

Don't settle for a boring desk lamp any longer - choose Industrial Era Steampunk and make a statement.

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