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You might enjoy a retro vintage industrial age metal desk lamp but perhaps are not too keen on the gunmetal gray or other muted colors? How about a bit of flair for your eclectic and fun office with this upcycled metal lamp.
I have here an industrial desk or table lamp painted in a happy robin's egg blue - or Tiffany Blue as some say. The finish on this big boy left a lot to be desired so i thought i would upcycle a bit with a fresh not often seen color in an office lamp.

THE GOOD:
-pretty color
-a fun and unusual addition to any retro or eclectic decor
-a neat retro flying saucer shape

THE GOOD TO KNOW:
-measures 24" from the back of the base to the front of the shade.-The base is 9" in diameter and the shade is 12" in diameter and the lamp is 17" tall
-weighted nicely on the bottom
-works with a little push button switch and that switch works nicely
-cord and plug are in very nice shape
-this will be sent out to you quickly with a postal tracking number for you and will be well packaged for the trip

To see more fun and interesting items in the shop click here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/TheAtomicAttic

SHIPPING NOTE: I ship from the east coast and price shipping close to the west coast , so please know any overcharge above 2.00 will be quickly and happily refunded to you! Please don't hesitate to ask for a specific cost to your location - i am happy to provide that!

Flying Saucer desk lamp, bright home decor,metal, retro, large, tiffany blue, upcycled, office, mid century modern, fun


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: metal, plastic
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 511 reviews
  • Favorited by: 188 people