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22-1/2" Wilkinson 3 Light Cluster Lamp Base

$359.95 USD
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Item# Z1053
Availability: Expected to be available July 26, 2022. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Limited Edition
  • Only While Supplies Last
  • 3 Light Cluster
  • 22-1/2" high
  • 20" - 22" suggested shade diameter
  • 8" - 10" suggested shade height

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Product Description

Light Up Your Home
This limited edition design will bring out the beauty of your stained glass project. Quality solid brass cast base from Tiffany, wired and ready to use. 22-1/2" high, measured from the top of the casting to the bottom of the base. Lamp base has a three-light cluster with pull chain. Suggested shade diameter is 20" to 22". Suggested shade height is 8" to 10". Make the investment and create a family heirloom. Only while supplies last.

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  •   Good versatile lamp base
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Pros : Easy to use, the patina blends well with the patina colors and technique I used on my Tiffany reproduction shade. Is heavy and sturdy. I use it with my 16” and alternate with an 18” shade for variety.
Cons : The only con I can think of is alas it is not an actual $2000 Tiffany reproduction base (sigh). But this base completely suits my needs.
Other Thoughts : The light mechanism is sturdy and dependable.
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