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Berkshire Mountain Sunset Cluster Lamp

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This original design lamp was inspired by the sunsets in the Berkshire Mountains, where I have spent many summers.
To make this lamp, I used a frosted mouth blown golden amber glass which is streaked pink, alternating with a frosted lavender. After I cut out each individual piece of glass, I bend them in my kiln, which gives this piece a feeling of movement.

Small accent pieces of varigated purples, greens and yellows form a base beneath the lavender pieces, with small pieces of crushed red, blue, purple, yellow, and amber glass called frit, which lend a star like sparkle to the mid section of the lamp.

The brass base of the lamp is wrapped with wire and soldered to give it texture, and more frit is sprinkled over the base.

The mountain range was created by using a copper overlay, which I lined with wire to add interest.

All of the solder and metal in this lamp is patened to an antiqued brass tone.

The tallest petal on this lamp is 18.25" tall, and the shortest, 16.25. The base is covered with felt to protect any surface it might be placed on.

The lamp weighs 7.5 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 original design lamp was inspired by the sunsets in the Berkshire Mountains, where I have spent many summers.
To make this lamp, I used a frosted mouth blown golden amber glass which is streaked pink, alternating with a frosted lavender. After I cut out each individual piece of glass, I bend them in my kiln, which gives this piece a feeling of movement.

Small accent pieces of varigated purples, greens and yellows form a base beneath the lavender pieces, with small pieces of crushed red, blue, purple, yellow, and amber glass called frit, which lend a star like sparkle to the mid section of the lamp.

The brass base of the lamp is wrapped with wire and soldered to give it texture, and more frit is sprinkled over the base.

The mountain range was created by using a copper overlay, which I lined with wire to add interest.

All of the solder and metal in this lamp is patened to an antiqued brass tone.

The tallest petal on this lamp is 18.25" tall, and the shortest, 16.25. The base is covered with felt to protect any surface it might be placed on.

The lamp weighs 7.5 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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Berkshire Mountain Sunset Cluster Lamp

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: art glass, brass lamp base, copper foil, solder, lighting base, electrical cord, line switch
  • Feedback: 31 reviews
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