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Arts and Crafts Lamp

by John W. Nixon on December 26 2006 03:00

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This lamp may be one of my favorite woodworking projects. I love the challenge in creating precise angles for the shade. I made this Arts and Crafts style lamp for my wife for Christmas. It’s based on the Lamp that WOOD magazine offers, but I didn’t have the plans so what you see is my interpretation of WOOD’s design. Building the shade was a challenge, but I’m glad I took the time to do it right – the results were worth the effort.

I cobbled together the light hardware from various parts – the base of an old brass candle holder, a brass plumbing tee, a part of from a brass air line coupler, etc. I wanted a really old look to the fixture.

I attached Buffalo nickels for the cord pulls. We’re from Buffalo, NY and my wife likes all things Buffalo.

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