Delphi Studio Table Lamp Kit

$124.95 USD
Item# 24988
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Product Features

  • Create a beautiful panel lamp in a single afternoon
  • A gorgeous way to add some light to any room
  • Everything you need in one easy kit - just add glass!
  • Finished lamp measures 25" high
  • Includes assembly instructions
  • A Delphi Exclusive

Product Description

Creating a gorgeous, stained glass lamp has never been easier. Our lamp kit contains all of the basics to get you started. Whether you create custom stained glass panels, fused glass panels, glass-on-glass mosaic or simply cut and insert your favorite glass you'll have a lamp you'll enjoy for years to come. Finished lamp measures 25" high.

Shade features space to insert your trapezoid shaped glass approximately 15" wide at base, 4" wide at top, with diagonal sides approximately 10" long.

Second to last lamp created by artist Jeannette Woodard and last project image shown created by artist Michael Durst, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.  

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3 out of 5 stars
  •   A good idea but needs some improvement
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Pros : This is a very nice way to make a lamp in theory. A very good idea and looks nice when finished.
Cons : A template to make the panels proper size NEEDS to be included with this lamp and also a sheet of some assembly tips-such as that the screws can be over-tightened and crack the glass, which happened, even though I tried to be very careful in assembly. The dimensions provided for the trapezoid panel are insufficient to help someone make a template or panels successfully. I had to make my own template, which did not work out. It ended up that it was too large. It took me weeks of work to make the 4 panels, as I work full-time, only for the finished panels after all the work to be too big, and to not have enough clearance for the screws. I had a very hard time getting the panels in and two of them cracked. I had used gorgeous glass too that was not cheap. Now I have to give this as a birthday gift with two cracks. Im afraid if I try to take the panels out to repair them, Ill cause more damage putting them back. :-(
Other Thoughts : PLEASE provide a template. Please improve the screw system if possible to eliminate over tightening, or at the very least, provide a warning. It will save others the frustration I went through.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Larger than I thought
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Pros : Creativity in my future!
Cons : None yet!
Other Thoughts : I am looking forward to making the panels for this lamp. It will be a gift for my husband’s bedside table. A gift for our 20 year wedding anniversary!
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   I enjoyed working with this lamp!
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Cons : Needs a template for shade size .
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