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Dragged step-by-step out of the Willamette River, under the watchful eye of a bunch of dog owners who thought I was nuts, this support bracket makes the coolest urban light fixture you will ever see. Not only interesting when on, the varied patina of paint, corrosion and concrete spray add to the solid geometric interest of the piece. Heavy? Why, yes, yes it is! But you aren't going to be picking it up to hunt for your keys in the dark or anything. I have it on good authority that this was used as a brace for concrete forms used to pour footings or piers for a bridge. (the things you learn along the way!)
The wood base is recovered pieces of Myrtlewood, and hides the 8 small light sockets that give this the most amazing nightlite glow. Plug-in with an on-off switch.
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Approx 75lbs
Aprox 3' x 9" x 12" (wood base adds 3" to height)
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Light Beam

$500.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: metal, wood, electrical components
  • Feedback: 26 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Oregon, United States.
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