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RESERVED FOR Connie Turnage.

Please convo if you would like to have another shade like this. Unfortunately the base is a one-of-a-kind. So only the shade can be remade.

"Abundance of Light" Have you ever seen a lampshade about lampshades? This artful light will lift your spirits and,,,, you'll have the only one in the world like it.


Hand cut designs out of imported papers in yellow, orange, aqua, chestnut brown and light green. Unique and stylish for any room in your home or office. Shade is 14"x16"x12" drum shape, height is approx. 29". Ready made to go.

This lamp base is UL approved (in stock). I only have one of this style of lamp. It is new, never been used. I picked it up at a lamp shop, I loved the color and thought it would be a great lamp to make a unique shade for.

Each of Laura Lights lampshades are made out of "Kinwashi" papers. Strips of papers are dipped in a hardening solution (non-toxic) and wrapped around the frame. When they dry, they form a tight drum-like substructure. I then applique the design and coat with a finish which makes them very durable and long lasting.

I recommend energy efficient bulbs, they're cooler. If you use an incandescent bulb stay at around 60 watts. Each lampshade is signed inside by me and a care tag attached.

READ TESTIMONIALS FROM OTHER CUSTOMERS: http://www.etsy.com/people/lauralights (Bottom of page)

RESERVED FOR Connie Turnage/April 1 / PLEASE DO NOT BUY THIS LAMP IF YOU ARE NOT CONNIE TURNAGE. If you are interested in purchasing it / convo me


  • Materials: paper, metal, glass
  • Only ships within United States.
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