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Metallic Pewter Rattan Medium Cylinder Lamp


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The simple and elegant cylinder shape of this lamp showcases perfectly the expressive woven rattan pattern; a seasonless design that complements any interior. Painted in pewter metallic and finished with a white cotton shade and matching finial, this lamp is made from start to finish in Jill Rosenwald’s downtown Boston studio by her dedicated team of artisans. Each piece is made to order, handcrafted on the pottery wheel then drawn and painted by hand. She uses a creamy white earthenware clay that provides a smooth white canvas for the graphic pattern. American made quality and style, selected by Annie for your happy modern home.

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One of a kind, custom, hand painted ceramic finished with a glossy clear glaze and 14k gold rim.

Includes a 150 watt maximum dimmable socket and 12 ft cord set.

Clean with a soft cloth to remove any dust build up.

27" H x 6" W

Made in Boston, MA.


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