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Variation of Frank LLoyd Wright's Table Lampp

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Project by anforte posted 1757 days ago 1524 views 4 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Another variation on Frank Lloyd Wright’s Table Lamp.
Cypress flooring used.
Stained and polyurethaned.

All joints glued and 2 screws securing base build up.

-- Anforte NJ





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Dan'um Style

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#1 posted 1757 days ago

very cool … nicely done

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anforte

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#2 posted 1756 days ago

Thanks for your warm comment.

-- Anforte NJ

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#3 posted 1756 days ago

Is your first picture with the light actually on? I am wondering how luminous this is. I might want to copy your copy….

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#4 posted 1756 days ago

mtkate,

Haven’t figured out how to contact you directly. I’m sure there is a way.

The photo was taken without the light on. The light is a fluorescent rated at 60wats.I can take another photo with the light on to give you a better idea of the effect.

It’s o.k. by me – to copy the copy.

-- Anforte NJ

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#5 posted 1752 days ago

Thanks. Posting the answer in your post is the right way… It shares the answer with everyone else.

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#6 posted 1752 days ago

Unique

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#7 posted 1752 days ago

a1 Jim,

Thanks for your comment.

I had to make 6 of these lamps because my four children ( grown up and married ) each wanted one and then my wife says, How about me?

Noticed that the brass threaded rod that holds the brass socket, does not easily accept the brown 2 wire extension. Both bought at Home Depot. Think they are both made overseas.

Had to lightly sand the wire and lubricate it with grease and even then it was a chore.

My first one posed no problem at all.

Again thanks, *

-- Anforte NJ

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