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Ocean Cluster Table Lamp

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This lamp original design is reminiscent of kelp swaying in the ocean currents. The inspiration for this lamp came from looking at photos of the galaxy sent to earth from the Hubble telescope. Once assembled, it reminded me of another mysterious realm, the ocean.

To make this lamp, I used a frosted mouth blown olive glass, which is swirled with amber accents, which is alternated with a textured amber art glass. After I cut out each individual piece of glass, I bend them in my kiln, which gives this piece a feeling of movement.

The small pebbles which encircle the base and form the bands around the glass kelp, were collected from a local Rhode Island beach in Westerly, Watch Hill Beach. When illuminated, the light glows softly through the stones. The effect is quite lovely.

The lamp is made of olive green and amber glass, and is accented with ocean worn pebbles. It measures 19.5" at the highest petal, 15.25" at the lowest. The brass base base is 8.5" wide, but it covered with small pebbles, which are soldered into place and then stained black. The base is covered with felt to protect any surface it might be placed on.

The lamp weighs 6.51 lbs.

There is a line switch on gold toned electrical cord.

I recommend that you use a 9 watt LED (60 watt incandescent equal) or a 14 watt CFL. I do not recommend the use of incandescent or halogen light bulbs in my lamps.
This lamp original design is reminiscent of kelp swaying in the ocean currents. The inspiration for this lamp came from looking at photos of the galaxy sent to earth from the Hubble telescope. Once assembled, it reminded me of another mysterious realm, the ocean.

To make this lamp, I used a frosted mouth blown olive glass, which is swirled with amber accents, which is alternated with a textured amber art glass. After I cut out each individual piece of glass, I bend them in my kiln, which gives this piece a feeling of movement.

The small pebbles which encircle the base and form the bands around the glass kelp, were collected from a local Rhode Island beach in Westerly, Watch Hill Beach. When illuminated, the light glows softly through the stones. The effect is quite lovely.

The lamp is made of olive green and amber glass, and is accented with ocean worn pebbles. It measures 19.5" at the highest petal, 15.25" at the lowest. The brass base base is 8.5" wide, but it covered with small pebbles, which are soldered into place and then stained black. The base is covered with felt to protect any surface it might be placed on.

The lamp weighs 6.51 lbs.

There is a line switch on gold toned electrical cord.

I recommend that you use a 9 watt LED (60 watt incandescent equal) or a 14 watt CFL. I do not recommend the use of incandescent or halogen light bulbs in my lamps.

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Ocean Cluster Table Lamp

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: textured amber art glass, frosted mouth blown olive glass, milky light green art glass, brass base, lamp kit, copper foil, felt, solder, black patena
  • Feedback: 31 reviews
  • Favorited by: 15 people
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