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Project by tjocpa posted 06-18-2011 06:08 AM 1452 views 6 times favorited 13 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Here is an Arts & Crafts lamp I made from scraps leftover from another project. Used amber mica for the shade. The compound angles made this the most difficult piece I have ever made.

-- Tom O'Neil, Celtic Saw Guy





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Douglas

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#1 posted 06-18-2011 06:14 AM

That looks tricky, great job. Where do you get the amber mica?

-- Douglas in Chicago - http://dcwwoodworks.com

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bigike

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#2 posted 06-18-2011 06:40 AM

very nice work do you have plans for this or it’s just something you made for from you head?

-- Ike, Big Daddies Woodshop, http://www.icombadaniels@yahoo.com

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#3 posted 06-18-2011 06:46 AM

Very nice job. Thanks for sharing.

-- Scott in Texas

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#4 posted 06-18-2011 11:19 AM

Well done! Looks nice.

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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#5 posted 06-18-2011 05:46 PM

Well done! The mica shade is a nice touch.

-- Robert - Visit my woodworking blog: http://littlegoodpieces.wordpress.com

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AZMac

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#6 posted 06-18-2011 05:52 PM

very nice,
AZMac

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#7 posted 06-18-2011 07:53 PM

I would also like to know where you purched the mica. Great job.
When I couldn’t find a source for mica, I gave up and purchased a metal and oak lamp.
Thanks

-- Willie, Washington "If You Choose Not To Decide, You Still Have Made a Choice" - Rush

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JPNpro

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#8 posted 06-19-2011 02:09 AM

Nice lamp, I’m a fan of arts & crafts. I like the attention to detail using 1/4 sawn white oak grain on all exposed surfaces.

-- JPNpro@gmail.com

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#9 posted 06-19-2011 03:47 AM

Nice job on a difficult project. Thanks for sharing.

-- Rick, Tennessee, John 3:16

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#10 posted 06-19-2011 03:48 AM

Nice looking lamp.

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Vicki

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#11 posted 06-19-2011 07:03 PM

That is the most beautiful lamp. Makes me wish I used table lamps. Love that mica! Could one use stained glass instead?

-- Vicki on the Eastern Shore of MD

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tjocpa

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#12 posted 06-23-2011 07:21 PM

BigIke: I don’t have any plans. I made it up as I went along. I had a picture from the internet for inspiration.

Pintodeluxe et al: I got the mica from Woodworkers Supply over the internet.

http://woodworker.com/18x36amber-mica-sheet-025-mssu-941-273.asp?search=Mica&searchmode=2

Vicki: I think you could use stained glass. Be careful of the extra weight for the shade supports.

Thanks all for your comments.

-- Tom O'Neil, Celtic Saw Guy

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Wiggy

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#13 posted 06-24-2011 12:53 AM

Love Arts and Crarts/ Craftsman style. You have certainly captured it in this great piece.
Thanks for shareing.

-- 'I sand, therefore, I am'. Richard/Wiggy.. whatever. Washington, State.

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