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Rock Salt Lamp Stand

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Project by TZH posted 12-26-2015 05:37 PM 874 views 1 time favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Y’know those Himalayan salt lamps that are not only popular, but also are purported to have healing/restorative qualities? Most of the ones I’ve seen are just the rock salt without a stand. As usual, my thoughts went almost immediately to how they might be “enhanced”. This is just one result (have two more in the formative stages, as well).

These stands can be adapted to virtually anything one might want from a crystal ball to a nautical prism (both shown in the photos below).

The stand is cottonwood stained dark mahogany, and has a hole bored all the way through to accommodate the lamp wire. It also has a circle recessed into the top to accommodate the lamp, itself, and to keep it more stable than it would be just standing on a shelf, countertop, or even a fireplace mantel. While I used a circle jig I made myself to rout out the recess in this one, scribing shapes and then freehand routing the recesses is also a possibility I’ll be trying in the not too distant future, as well.

Thanks for looking.

TZH

-- Where The Spirit In Wood Lives On





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jaykaypur

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#1 posted 12-26-2015 05:45 PM

Looks great and you did a good job on it.

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#2 posted 12-26-2015 07:51 PM

Very nice looking. Great idea.

-- Mother Nature created it, I just assemble it.

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#3 posted 12-27-2015 01:48 AM

Wow,

I have a cottonwood log. Hope it comes out a nice as your project.

Nice piece!

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#4 posted 12-27-2015 10:52 PM

Nice. Cool idea.

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