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Tiffany-Style Stained Glass Mission Style Table Lamp

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Tiffany-Style Stained Glass Mission Style Table Lamp
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Description
Plow & Hearth Exclusive
Add distinctive lighting to your décor with our Tiffany-Style Stained Glass Mission Style Table Lamp. The timeless amber-hued Mission design is highlighted by the Tiffany-inspired, hand-pieced glass with copper foiling. A beautiful, functional accent for any room! 13W CFL bulbs included.

• Tiffany-style stained glass Mission table light
• A Plow & Hearth Exclusive—you'll only find it here!
• Attractive Mission design works with any décor
• Tiffany-inspired stained glass with hand-pieced design and copper foiling
• Metal base
• 13W CFL bulbs included

Size
16-1/2" dia. x 23"H
Reviews
4.8
4.8 (based on 11 customer reviews)

By Theresa
From
Great lamp!
Comments about Product:
I purchased a pair of these lamps to replace lamps I already had. What a difference! Much more light, both through the shade and directly from the bulb as well. Just the right height, and they work well with my décor. Great products!

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By Grand mom
From
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Comments about Product:
Love this lamp. It looks great in my guest bedroom. Great quality.

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By Suzy the Hiker
FromBernalillo, NM
Lovely - casts a nice glow in the room
Comments about Product:
Have looked at these for some time and when they came on sale decided to go for them. Bought two for our bedroom and am quite pleased overall. Wish they could have been "Made in the USA" but they wern't. Only negative thing I can say about them.

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By Haiku247American
FromNew York
This is an excellent colonial Tiffany li
Comments about Product:
I live in a 1926 Dutch Colonial. We knocked down many walls on the 1st floor to create an open space, large kitchen, huge living room, eat in kitchen with Barquet, Full Dining Room and Full Bathroom. Colonials are not known for space, we added 2 designer closets and a pantry. Within all this, we have an entrance foyer and country seat foyer to the back door. Upstairs, except for the extensions which are more modern, the 4 bedrooms I left in their original Dutch Colonial style but put in closet organizers in all rooms and the bathroom. The nursery, we just recently converted into my wife's office, with a new closet, shelves, hamper, file cabinets and a desk with cabinets above. As all other rooms, I plastered, 4 coats and 2 skim coats, left and restored the recessed shoe moldings, restored by caulking the original 10" moldings with shoe moldings. I used either caulking or joint compound. I used joint compound on the sills and caulked the Anderson windows, which we put in Colonial styles throughout the house. This was my wife's office and truly a labor of Love. On the right side shelf shelf, this lamp was the perfect look. I have been restoring the Mortise Locks with Egg & Dart plates and knobs. No longer painted plates, locks or hinges. All polished brass and brass outlets to compliment the room.

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By Pat
FromColumbia, PA
I am thrilled with my lamps.
Comments about Product:
The lamps are very pretty and they add warmth and light to our living room. They match the rest of our decor.

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By MP loves SW
FromIowa City, Iowa
So happy with our lamps
Comments about Product:
We have a table lamp and a floor lamp. Both add warmth and nice light to our living room. The stained glass is beautiful and true to color. They both arrived, packed very well.

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By Arbs
FromPotomac, MD
Great lamp
Comments about Product:
We are very pleased with this item

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By Charlie
FromBelchertown, MA
Great Lamp
Comments about Product:
The lamp is elegant and beautiful. The lamp casts a warm and rich looking light in our living room. If additional light is desired...The second bulb meets the demand. I bought two of table lamps and plan to purchase the matching pole lamp and perhaps the desk lamp.

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By Queenie
FromNorthern California
Simple yet elegant
Comments about Product:
We like this table lamp because it is "simple yet elegant" and casts the perfect quality of light. It's made well too.

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By Jane
FromDallas, Texas
Great Buy
Comments about Product:
The lamp arrivied in a timely manner. It is exactly as advertised. Very attractive and a great price.

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By jgbjo
FromBoston, MA
Beautiful
Comments about Product:
These are beautiful lamps, warm, bright and quite authentic looking. The shades are thick glass. Can't be beat for the money.

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Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.


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