Stained Glass Table Lantern - Arts & Crafts Series - Quartersawn Beech - Hammered Copper

This lantern is made of quartersawn beech. The finish is varnish with a matte, non glossy surface, with subtle distressing. The design incorporates elements of the Arts & Crafts style and includes suggestions of Asian architecture.

Other wood species are available.

The stained glass panels are made from opalescent iridescent glass and non iridescent accent colors. The beautiful and irregular glass grain patterning is different in every sheet of glass. The glass is bordered with solid copper edging. The copper border and the copper lines of the glass design are antiqued and buffed. The top has a glass insert to match the main glass color of the side panels.

The glass design is adapted from the the James A. Culbertson House, Pasadena, by architects Charles and Henry Greene.

The lamp comes equipped with a 40 watt candelabra base bulb. You can also use a 25 watt bulb, or a 15 watt bulb, which is perfect for a night light. The lamp is ventilated with air ducts on the bottom, and on each of the four sides. There is a rotary switch built into the six foot cord.

DO NOT USE more than 40 watts to avoid damage to the glass panels and the wood.

Dimensions: DIMENSIONS
 6 7/8" wide x 6 7/8" deep x 10" high.

Other sizes are available.

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