|Born||4 July 1918|
|Died||15 August 2000 | Age 82|
Edward Craven-Walker 1963Dorset pub that was made by a regular. Edward envisaged he could illuminate and heat the immiscible oils to create a visual ornament.
Setting up a laboratory in a small shed he mixed together various ingredients in bottles of different shapes and sizes. He discovered the best container for the job was a Lucozade bottle and it is that shape that has defined the shape of Astro Lamps up until the present day.