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The amber glass globe shades give off soft and romantic light when it lit and add an artist's fantastic feeling and comfortable night for you. The base made of exquisite iron is strong and durable, durable, anti-corrosion and anti-rust. Energy saving, low power consumption, eye protection, no glare, no flicker. The stunning charming look adds lot of modern feeling, for casual spaces, residential houses, or any commercial areas. SPECIFICATION Light source: LED bulbs Base Type: E14 Shadow…

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• The Frank Lloyd Wright Barton House Buffet Door Stained Glass is inspired by the built-in buffet in the home that Wright built forD.D. Martin's sister and her husband in Buffalo, New York in 1903. • On this glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to a single sheet of glass which is then kiln fired to permanently fuse the enamels to the glass. The glass is then metal framed and includes both a hanging chain and a wooden plaque base. • The measurements of this beautiful Frank…

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Specs Measures: Ball: 10.62" Depth (27CM) x 21.65" Height (55CM); Pipe: 7.87" Depth (20CM) x 26.37" Height (67CM) Power Source: AC Voltage: 90 - 260V Lamp Socket: E27 CLC, CLCP, CFLC Certified European Lighting Standard EN12464-1 Our lamps can be installed all around the Globe All our lamps are CLC, CLCP, CFLC and DLC Certified and can be installed all around the world. For european customers: The lamps are build according to European Lighting Standard EN12464-1. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed…

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Create a warm glow in your hallway, lounge, or bedroom with the Claridges Single Wall Lamp. This alluring Art Deco-inspired wall lamp features an antique brass finish and a lampshade of ribbed and beveled clear glass for added depth and glamour. Use this fashionable single gold wall lamp indoor or outdoor to add a clever touch of class and luxury to your home or office. W5 x D6 x H12 in | Weight 4lbs W12 x D13 x H30 cm | Weight 2kgs Material | Iron, Glass 1 Bulb (not incl.): Max. 40W - E12…

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BACKORDER - ESTIMATED AROUND LATE OCTOBER Profiling the same industrial aesthetic as our standalone Haze Vitrine, the Haze Wall Cabinet is, as its name suggests, a practical wall-mounted cabinet for storing smaller items. The black powder-coated steel frame is now available with elegant reeded glass panels and door, and is the ideal solution for storing glasses in the kitchen or beauty essentials in the bathroom. It also works equally well in a hallway filled with everyday objects such as…

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Designed with the industrial and raw character of the wired glass in mind, the Haze Wall Cabinet introduces an entirely new feel in the simple design language of Ferm Living. Like their freestanding Haze Cabinet, the wired glass' encounter with the black powder coated metal creates a design that is striking, yet lightweight and straightforward. The Haze Wall Cabinet will stylishly store your beauty essentials in your bathroom or hold your favorite cups or teas in the kitchen. DETAILS: 13.8"W…

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• This Frank Lloyd Wright Thomas Entry Ceiling Light Stained Glass is adapted from the art glass pattern Wright designed for three vestibule ceiling lights in the Frank Thomas House, Oak Park, Illinois (1901). This project was designed and built at the request of Mr. James Rogers as a wedding gift for the client’s daughter and son-in-law. • On this glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to a single sheet of glass which is then kiln fired to permanently fuse the enamels to the…

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• Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is recognized world-wide as one of the greatest architects of the twentieth century. His work heralded a new thinking in architecture, using innovation in design and engineering made possible by newly developed technology and materials. His creative ability extended far beyond the border of architecture to graphic design, furniture, art glass, textiles, and decorative elements for the home. • In 1889, Frank Lloyd Wright built his home in Oak Park, Illinois…

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