Early-20th-century nickel-plated large candlestick table lamp topped with a shade made from artist watercolor paper. The paper for the shade has different tones of gray and an uneven texture due to its hand-painted quality. Wired and in working condition. Shade, 16"Dia x 13"H.
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Shandell's is a working lampshade and vintage lighting studio, the creative home of Susan Schneider, a longtime vintage collector with a passion for recycling pieces into things that make people smile.
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