Opalescent Globe Table Lamp - anthropologie.com

Opalescent Globe Table Lamp

880 USD
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  • A one-of-a-kind creation by Robert Ogden
  • Cast iron, steel, glass, brass
  • 40 watt max
  • 120" cord
  • 32"H, 29"W
  • Handmade in USA
Style #:26627174 Artist, antiques collector, packrat - call him what you will, Philadelphia - based artist Robert Ogden is the expert when it comes to transforming the weathered and worn into one-of-a-kind works of art. A self-taught metalsmith who worked in New York City's fashion industry for over a decade, Ogden is the brainchild behind Lostine, a home furnishings design company that produces functional, eclectic decor, like the piece you see here. Crafted from an opalescent gas lamp globe from the 1890s, this one-of-a-kind creation features an upside-down antique shoe cobbler's nail tray, and a base and knobs from a factory boiler room. Opalescent Globe Table Lamp
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