Tiffany Style Stained Glass Table Lamp 589-4 by J Devlin
The J Devlin 589-4 Mission style stained glass table lamp has four textured, root beer colored, curved, stained glass panels accented with a band of thin rich ivory glass insets and clear glass. It creates a radiant warm ambiance. It has a cast resin lamp base. To protect you and our environment, J. Devlin uses a lead free solder.
* Lamp Size: 25.5”h x 8” x 8"
* Bulb: 60 watt, shipped with 40 watt, UL Listed.
Shipping: approximately two weeks.
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J Devlin's Kathy Gustafson, produces Tiffany Style, Mission Style, and Modern Style stained glass lamps. The warm glow and architectural designs make these lamps a wonderful addition to any room, or decoration style from traditional to modern. This is an art form from the past that she hopes everyone enjoys today!
Lighting a room should be done to complement your home. J. Devlin lamps creates a radiant, romantic ambiance. This Tiffany-style stained glass lighting is tasteful and timeless, adding warmth and conversation with accent lighting to any living room, library, or entryway. Choose from an array of colors and designs for a glass lamp that best matches your décor.
To protect you and our environment J. Devlin uses a lead free solder.
Glass has always been Kathy's passion. From the time she was a small girl growing up in Iowa, viewing the world through the stained glass windows, in her grandfather’s home, she felt drawn to the art form. In honor of those childhood memories, she named her company J. Devlin Glass Art, after her beloved grandfather. In the early years her hobby and fascination grew into a stained glass studio, with a focus on creating leaded glass windows and lamps for homes, churches, and businesses throughout the Midwest. This is an art form from the past that she hopes everyone enjoys today!