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Mathmos Lava Lamps

Lava Lamps from the Inventors

Lava lamps were invented by the founder of Mathmos, Edward Craven Walker, in 1963. Mathmos original lava lamps have been made in Britain ever since. Mathmos makes the highest quality lava lamps available and has a unique long-lasting formula. Mathmos sells its premium lava lamps to customers all over the world directly from its International websites.

The original lava lamp design was the Astro followed by the Astro Baby a year later. The lava lamp was invented by the founder of Mathmos Edward Craven Walker from design for an egg timer he found in the English countryside. He and his team spent years perfecting his invention for lava lamps and then manufacturing and marketing them worldwide during the 1960s and 1970s. Lava lamps became an icon of British Pop Design and of the swinging 60s. Mr Craven-Walker remained a consultant at Mathmos, perfecting the unique Mathmos lava lamp formula, throughout the 1990s allowing him to see the huge revival of his invention during that period. He sadly passed away in 2000. Still based in Poole, Dorset Mathmos concentrate on making the best quality, most desirable range of lava lamps available.

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