Inspired by the design movement from the early 1900's led by Gustav Stickley, Louis Sullivan, and Frank Lloyd Wright, the Mission-Prairie-Craftsman school of design embodied strong geometry, horizontal lines, and a much cleaner and simpler aesthetic than the ornate Victorian era that preceeded it. Captured here perfectly and timelessly in translucent porcelain, this geometric pattern is a lovely departure from our usual image based lithophanes.
Four large Lithophane panels decorate this gorgeous accent lamp. It is very versatile, as it can be placed low (on a night stand, for instance), high (on a bookshelf), or anywhere in between, and still look great!
The lamp frame is made of durable steel, powder coated in a black semi-gloss finish, and features 4 protective feet on the bottom. The porcelain is non-porous, and washable with any common household cleaner. It will never fade or discolor; porcelain is timeless! Because it is a lithophane, the intricately textured porcelain surface is beautiful even when not lit. The two panels shown in the photo are repeated on the back two panels of the lamp. This lamp comes complete with a 60w A19 Incandescent Bulb, with a 6 ft. cord and an inline switch. The bulb can be replaced with a standard base LED or Compact Fluorescent bulbs as well, warm white color is suggested. 13.25" tall. Nicely boxed with a brief history of the art of lithophanes printed on the box. UL listed.