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Glass Walls

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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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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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• This stylized design of a desert landscape is adapted from "Saguaro Forms and Cactus Flowers"; one of a set of magazine covers Frank Lloyd Wright designed for Liberty magazine in 1927, but was not published at the time. Since then this design was re-created by Mr. Wright in 1955 for a rug, and was also adapted by the Taliesin Architects for an art glass window installed in the 1970s remodel of the entrance to the Arizona Biltmore Resort in Phoenix, Arizona where it can still be seen today…

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• 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 panel includes a copper patinated frame, gorgeous wooden base stand, and matching chain for hanging.• The measurements of this beautiful Stained Glass art are: 10"High, 10" Wide and 0.25" Deep. It weighs about 1.5 pounds.• This Frank Lloyd Wright Imperial Hotel Peacock Rug Stained Glass, depicting flowers and lily pads floating in…

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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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Glass series wall lamp These uber chic wall lamp are sure to give your living space that little bit of zest to impress your guests. You can mix and match them in different lengths according to your taste. Note: If you need to buy two, please buy the size with this (*2) logo, the price of two together is more favorable. 2 Versions available, from all 2 types: Sphere and Capsule Please note: Your payment does not include customs duties, local taxes or any other import costs. If you have any…

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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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