Small wooden sculptures from Memphis, Tennessee.

Posted By on December 12, 2009

Ellen CoxThese carved jewelry boxes and a “Heart Lamp” are made by Ellen Cox from Memphis, Tennessee, USA.

On the “Heart Lamp” , mounted on the “heart strings” made of bubinga, is a mirror.
As the light is turned on, it projects a heart on the wall behind it.
The heart mirror is designed to be movable so the heart reflection can be adjusted.
One of the little balls on the base is the light switch.

More of her sculpture-like creations can be seen here :

Heart lamp

Heart lamp

Pyramid box

Pyramid jewelry box

Flame box

Flame box

Acorn love box

Acorn love box

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4 Responses to “Small wooden sculptures from Memphis, Tennessee.”

  1. That heart lamp is so unique and creative. I have never seen anything like it and I love it.

  2. mpRichie says:

    I want to quote your post in my blog. It can?
    And you et an account on Twitter?

  3. Raina Munyer says:

    I miss Memphis, and your post reminded me of a few reasons why I miss it. I’m planning a vacation there in the spring of next year. I am so excited about it.

  4. JinLeeHui says:

    Thanks for your post and that wonderful blog you are running!

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