Adorable Japonesque Lamps That Look Geisha Heads!

Juuyo Pendant Lamps

I just love these Juuyo pendant lamps by Lorenza Bozzoli. Two sweet Japonesque pendant lamps designed for Dutch brand Moooi. With a silhouette shaped like the chignon-topped wigs worn by Geishas, these glazed ceramic suspension lights are embellished with either a Koi Carp Tattoo or Peach Cherry Blossoms on the interior.

Juuyo Pendant Lamps by Lorenza Bozzoli

Juuyo Pendant Lamps

“What inspired me is an admiration for eastern and Japanese culture. The Juuyo Lamp is an interpretation of the wigs that Geisha wear. The Juuyo was the Geisha’s predecessor in the 17th Century. I’ve been fascinated by their subtlety, strength and grace. They were glamorous well respected entertainers offering more than sex. They entertained their clients by dancing, singing, playing music and make pleasant conversation. Some where renowned poets or calligraphers and carved out a separate niche as artists and erudite female companions. They were not submissive and subservient, but in fact they were some of the most financially and emotionally successful and strongest women in Japan.” – designer Lorenza Bozzoli

Milan-born and based artist Lorenza Bozzoli utilized icons typical of Japan, cherry blossoms and koi, as the basis for her designs.

Juuyo Pendant Lamps

cherry blossoms drawing

Juuyo Pendant Lamps

The imagery is applied to the interior of the lamp as a durable decal and then glazed.

Juuyo -Peach Blossom:

Juuyo peach blossom light

Juuyo Pendant Lamps

Juuyo – Koi/Carp Tattoo:

koi tattoo lamp

geisha head lamps

MATERIALS: Glazed ceramics with decal inside
FINISHES: white w/ Koi Carp Tattoo, white w/ Peach Flowers
DIMENSIONS: 9″ x 9.4″
LAMPING: 1 x E12 – 28W MAX, light source included
Cable Length: 13,12 ft
Cable Colour: Textile black
Canopy: Matching ceramic canopy

Where to buy the Juuyo Pendant Lamps:

The Peach Flowers or Carp Tattoo lamps sell from around $1025.00 USD each and are available through Moooi or at high end lighting stores like Lumens and Lightology.

The images in this post are courtesy of designer Lorenza Bozzoli and Moooi