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The Arts & Crafts Earle Stained Glass Table Lamp is 25.60” in height. The base is 19.70” x 6.70” with a dark walnut finish. The shade is 7.70” in height x 15” wide. It is handcrafted with 144 pieces of lead-free stained glass using the "copper foil" technique, a method made popular by Louis Comfort Tiffany that involves wrapping the pieces of glass with copper foil and soldering them together along the length of the seams. Each example of the lamp will have unique aspects as no two pieces of glass have the exact same texture, color, shape or clarity. These differences are characteristic of hand crafted panels or lamps using this technique. Two pull chain light switches and on-line switch. Uses two 60W max E26 Type A Bulbs and one 25W max E12 Type C Bulb.
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