The 31" High Tiffany Honey Locust Table Lamp recreates the charm of a popular deciduous tree, honey locust in an aesthetic manner. The interesting use of tiffany’s’ stained glass to create a dome-shaped lampshade sets a beautiful contrast with the heavily-textured base that looks like a tree trunk that offers staunch support to blossoming blooms. The copperfoil construction of the stained glass complements the depiction of plum and periwinkle flowers along with spring green leaves in this rustic lamp
We try to capture the true beauty of each light through our photographs. Please remember, though, that each piece is handmade, therefore, there may be some natural variations. Each piece is a unique piece of art and colors and designs may vary slightly.
Features and Benefits
1 YEAR LIMITED MANUFACTURER WARRANTY
Manufacturer warrants the metal work and electrical components of your lighting product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one (1) year.
This item is custom made by artisans in Yorkville, New York. Please allow our craftsman 2 months to create this unique piece of art for you.
|Bulb Wattage||60 Watt|
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Fire pit has small flame
When I put my fire pit glass on top of the orafice, it seems like the glass is covering the hole/ports and the fire is very sporadic which is limiting the heat from the pit. Any suggestions on what I can do?