Robert Louis Tiffany XHS123222 Ranier Mission Stained Glass Table Lamp
2 x 60 watt Medium Base
1 x 7 watt or equivalent candelabra base night light bulb
16" wide x 8" high square shade
7 3/4" base
Shade: Honey, Red, Dark Brown, Turquoise Stained Art Glass
Hand-assembled using the Copper Foil Solder Technique
Material: Metal and Resin body, Glass shade
Quoizel TF1018TVB and TF1021TVB Mini Tiffany Table Lamps
Dimensions:12" high x 5" wide x 5" D
Bulb Type:1-25W Candelabra Base Bulb(s) Not Supplied
Bring the timeless style of tiffany to any dark corner with these Art Deco Mini Table Lamps. The shades are hand assembled using the copper foil technique developed by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Hand crafted with art glass, no two shades are identical.
The Stephen miniature lamp (TF1018TVB) draws on Frank Lloyd Wright's prairy style in warm shades of amber bisque and earthy green arranged in a clean and simple geometric pattern.
The timeless Art Deco tiffany style miniature table lamp (TF1021TVB) also has a combination of warm art glass panels, carefully selected and hand assembled.
Lite Source Arts and Crafts Mission Style Table Lamp
26" Tall x 14" Wide x 4.5" Deep
2 x 60 watt Medium Base 13-watt CFL bulbs, included
Accepts Incandescent, CFL or LED
Glass: Cream, Yellow, Orange, Green, and Brown tones
Finish: Dark Bronze
Quoizel TF1180TVA Table Lamp from the Asheville Collection
Dimensions:25" high x 16" wide x 16" D
2 x 75W Medium Base or 18W CFL Bulb(s) Not Supplied
Gentle scrollwork and Tiffany style in a classic pattern brings sophistication to the Asheville Collection. The Tiffany glass is hand assembled using the copper foil method developed by Louis Comfort Tiffany. The Valiant Bronze finish anchors the traditional styling.
Quoizel NX615TVA Arts & Crafts Style Table Lamp from the Museum of New Mexico Collection
In 1920, Museum of International Folk Art founder, Florence Dibell Barlett first visited New Mexico and stayed at the well-known San Gabriel Ranch. In the 1930's she bought and lovingly restored the 70-acre ranch renaming it El Mirador. Ms. Bartlett loved bright colors and light-filled rooms so she added a number of stained glass windows. The glass maker adapted her favorite Native American beadwork patterns into the designs. The window over the front door provided the inspiration for this piece
Finish: Valiant Bronze
Height 23.5" x Width 14.5" x 10.3"
Lamps: 2 x 60 Watt A19 Medium base
Bulbs Not Included
Glass Count: 176
Switch: Two-Circuit (li,l2,l1-l2/Off)
Uttermost 27649-1 Dalou Hanging Shade Table Lamp from the Dalou Collection
Designed by Matthew Williams
Rustic, dark Bronze finish with a rottenstone glaze and an Antiqued Silver ring. The shade is pierced metal with a rustic, dark Bronze finish over a stained mica inner shade.
Finish: Rustic, Dark Bronze Finish with a Rottenstone Glaze and an Antiqued Silver Ring.
Material: Metal & Mica
Dimensions: Overall Diameter 12.5", Overall Width 12.5",
Overall Height 27.5"
Weight: 19 lbs.
1 x 100W
Bulbs not included
Shade: Round Mica Shade
Height 9.5", Top: 12.5W x 12.5D, Bottom: 12.5W x 12.5D
Uttermost's lamps combine premium quality materials with unique high-style design.
Meyda 24216, 24217 Van Erp Mica Library Lamps
24216: Height 20" x Length 16" x Depth 11"
24217: Height 24" x Length 14" x Depth 14"
2 x 60 watt E26 Medium Base lamps
Finish: Mahogany Bronze
Other Material: Wood
The beautifully crafted Van Erp Mica Library Lamps epitomize the Craftsman Mission style of the early 1900s. Dirk Koperlager van Erp was a coppersmith, emigrated from the Netherlands to California, where he embraced the Arts and Crafts Movement. He is most famous for his lamps with mica shades. Original Van Erp lamps may be found in museums around the world.
"Dirk van Erp is widely considered the most important metalsmith of the Arts and Crafts movement"
Kenneth Trapp, curator for decorative arts at the Oakland Museum of California
An original Van Erp lamp appraises at $40,000 to $50,000, one selling at a recent auction for $180,000. These reproductions at a more modest, affordable price allow you to bring this classic Art Deco look to your own home.
Meyda 18473 20" High Moravian Star Accent Lamp
Height 20" x
1 x 60 Watt Medium Base
Dating back to Moravia, hundreds of years ago, the Moravian Star has been a popular motif since Art Deco Movement. As early as 1931, the Czech artist Heinrich Hoffmann created a Moravian Star of art glass. The Meyda Moravian Star Collection includes chandeliers, ceiling lights, table lamps, wall sconces and single and multiple pendants in a variety of sizes. They are available in white, clear seedy, iridescent gold or multi-colored art glass, all with handsome Mahogany Bronze hand applied finish.
Custom Crafted In Yorkville, New York, USA
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Hendersonville NC 28791