I've created a line of unique spotlight lamps created with antique flour sifters or tins on top of vintage tripods. The idea seemed quirky and novel to me at first, but the functionality of this light arrangement is quite amazing. It's hard to understand until you have one for a week or so. It's a desk lamp, a floor lamp, a spotlight, a decoration. It's everything. And it's made out of old kitchenware! Kind of funky. Super handy.
The sifter is fitted with a click-on, click-off light socket and a long, salvaged, vintage, gold wire. The back of the sifter is formed with a piece of reclaimed wood finished with oil. In the case
The tripod arrangement allows you to change the height, direction and pitch of the light as you would a camera. The lamp comes with an energy-efficient globe bulb which gives the lamp a warm appeal without heating the sifter's metal shell.
Each one of these pieces is a completely unique, one-of-a-kind lamp. It originates from hours spent scouring antique & thrift stores looking for the perfect parts.
Let me help you create your own special spotlight today!
Dimensions: Variable height based on tripod extension