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Super Cool Mason Jar Lighting: www.etsy.com/shop/LukeLampCo?section_id=10590281
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Ladies and gentleman of Etsy: if you have arrived here by way of my Featured Seller article then thank you – I am glad that your small glimpse into my soul has not scared you away for good. Better yet, I hope that by reading my quaint interview you have gotten to know me a bit – in an internet sort of way – and I hope that you now feel like a good friend to me, the sort of good friend that buys many, many lamps from the friends of theirs that happen to have lamp shops on Etsy. Such as this one right here : )
Thanks so much for your visit and your support – Luke Lamp Co. would still just be a scribbled idea in one of my tattered pocket notebooks if it wasn't for all you wonderful folks.
So this mason jar light actually came about as a recommendation from my dear mother. So mom, you may think I never listen to you but now you see I sometimes do : )
Anyhow she said that she wasn't too fond of my mason jar rope light, she said I needed something a bit more delicate. And so here is my new minimalist mason jar desk lamp or night light or romantic dinner light: a classic and simple design that emphasizes the natural shape and feel of the iconic Ball Jar mason jar with a nice warm 25 watt mini frosted globe bulb inside (included!) nestled in a simple porcelain lamp socket. A vintage style gold cord with a white inline switch adorns the lamp and is held in place by a length of one of my favorite materials: manila cord.
Again I do feel obliged to add that these would probably make great wedding decor (again my manliness just took a hit there : ) ) or even great dating decor (is there such a category?) or especially great dinner party decor (all you ladies know what I mean (did I really just say that? and am I using two separate sets of parentheses? I need to go to sleep) ) and they look pretty darn cool in multiples (of course as the shop owner me saying "they look great in multiples" could seem like a silly sales tactic but I assure you that my motives are pure and they really do look great in multiples).
Well as usual my description is getting quite unruly – please shoot me a message if you have any questions or comments or for special orders, thanks!
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