Applique Osier en céramique marbrée
Nagi Marbled Ceramic Wall Light with Rescued Fire-Hose Strap
Applique murale Winslow double globe en verre
Neith Oval Reeded Glass and Brass Pendant 30cm
Nehir Reeded Glass and Brass Pendant 20cm
Nahla Reeded Glass and Brass Pendant 20cm
Byrd Marbled Ceramic Table Lamp with Fabric Shade
Bixa petite lampe de table en céramique, couleur noir argile
Lampe de table Lawson en céramique avec abat-jour en forme de dôme et en laiton, couleur bleu Terre
Lampe Ducan sur pied ancien et moderne, en laiton
Lampe sur pied Faro industrielle et moderne en laiton
Lampe Patrick sur pied en laiton (Années 50)
Double applique de salle de bain Navis en verre ondulé avec col de cygne IP65
Suspension Louise en verre ancien ondulé et en laiton, pour salle de bain IP44
Applique murale Louise vintage en laiton et avec verre ondulé
Lampadaire Tulia extérieur en laiton
Lumière extérieure en laiton, lumière réglable
Applique murale Sanford d'extérieur IP65
Ampoule G9 LED blanche 3W, 4.5CM
Abat-jour en forme de dôme Kauri en céramique marbré noir et blanc, 20cm
Ampoule LED dimmable à filaments 4w E27 Forme goutte d'eau
Poignée de tirage en laiton Lismire petite 100mm
Malin Brass Drawer Shell Pull Handle 94mm
Poignée de tirage moletée Samford en laiton
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A selection of videos from our YouTube channel.
A short promotional video of our offices and manufacturing facility in Ireland where we design and produce all of our light fixtures.
James Cleary, lead designer at Mullan Lighting, talks about the Petra chandelier.
Our vintage-style lights are featured in this Hop House 13 ad from Guinness.
A promotional video from our factory in Mullan Village in 2016.
A look back at the history of Mullan Mills and Mullan Village. We manufacture our lights in what was once the old mill building in Mullan Village. This video was produced by Truagh Development Association and Lavery Photo & Video.
A short video showing the processes involved in manufacturing one of our popular chandeliers - the Petra chandelier. All of our light fixtures are designed and manufactured in Ireland by our talented craftspeople.
Séamus Mulligan - once Mullan's only inhabitant - talks about smuggling across the border near Mullan Village. This snippet is part of a wider Prime Time feature on Mullan Village that was aired on RTÉ ONE on September 24, 2019.
We're excited to introduce the new Lambeth pendant. It marks our first ever collaboration with sustainable luxury pioneer Elvis & Kresse.
Our in-house design and manufacturing facilities provide customers with the creative freedom to make their interior design truly unique. We offer a completely bespoke lighting service whereby we guide the client through the entire process, from initial concept to design, the manufacture of samples, if required, to the finished product.
Director of Design and Operations, Mike Treanor, answers 23-ish rapid-fire questions as he walks through our factory in Mullan Village.
Meet our ceramics team as they answer 23-ish rapid-fire questions, walking through the design office and ceramic studio in Mullan Village. Our ceramics team comprises of design team leader Wendy Patterson and ceramicist Stephen Kierans.
The Mullan Ceramics lighting collection is strongly inspired by the essence and history that surrounds Mullan Village. Mullan Ceramics has three main natural colour finishes, all of which have been influenced by the organic beauty of the Mullan rural landscape.
Mullan Ceramics is largely inspired by the local rural village of Mullan that surrounds our ceramic studio. The circular Bog Oak wall light design is influenced by an old oak tree stump that lies just outside our factory gates.
See some of our beautiful ceramic table lamps in this showcase. Our ceramicist Stephen shares some of his design inspirations with us and pinpoints his favourite table lamp, the Lawson.
We officially launched our new brand, Mullan Ceramics, live on Instagram on the June 17, 2021. The evening was comprised of our makers explaining the ceramic craft and the inspiration behind the ceramic designs that are heavily influenced by the rural heritage that surrounds Mullan Village. We were joined by three wonderful interior-focused guests who shared their opinions on how ceramic lighting can be incorporated into a range of interior spaces.