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  • KAM KAM ATMOSPHERE LAMP KAM KAM ATMOSPHERE LAMP - Photo

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  • Roses on the Vine lamp (limited edition of 50) Roses on the Vine lamp (limited edition of 50) - Photo

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    • KiraGould

      Much can be said w/a single 60 watt bulb and thousands of red and peridot Swarovski crystals. Created by Studio Job for the Council of Fashion Designers of America. Limited edition of 50.


  • Benjamin Stork ltd- Pair of Plaster Lamps in the style of J.M. Frank Benjamin Stork ltd- Pair of Plaster Lamps in the style of J.M. Frank - Photo

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    • jayjeffers

      Antique and vintage lamps that Benjamin Storck offers, such as these 1940's table lamps, are fantastic.


  • Fuse Lighting: Elizabeth Floor Lamp Fuse Lighting: Elizabeth Floor Lamp - Photo

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    • Chris

      Bracelets of lavender quartz gems dangle from the satin-nickel drum shade of Fuse’s floor lamp named for one Elizabeth, clearly a muse with flair. Metal and gem options include pewter, bronze and brass; nuggets of carnelian and citrine, rock crystal, striped agate, smoky topaz, marine glass and capiz shells. Also available as a custom chandelier.


  • DDC: Caboche Suspension Lamp DDC: Caboche Suspension Lamp - Photo

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    • Chris

      Talk about over the top. The Caboche suspension lamp is a riveted and riveting constellation of half-spheres orbiting a single, sunny halogen bulb. Invisibly clipped to one another and apparently free-floating, the transparent balls are formed of hyper-clear acrylic (specifically, polymethylmetacrylate), a material purer than glass and far lighter in weight. The latest ingenious creation of industrial designers Patricia Urquiola and Eliana Gerotto for Milan’s Foscarini, this oblate spheroid illuminates the four directions. Concentric rings of transparent mini-globes amplify the brightness of the lone light source. A white matte glass disk at top permits light to reflect off the ceiling, while within, a milky screen of the same material shields the bulb and prevents "dazzling," the disconcerting experience of blinding light--thus making the lamp ideal for the honored place above the dining table. The lantern hangs on three taut wires at a maximum length of 79 inches; two slackened wires convey electricity and an extra measure of drama.


  • Lampa: Cube Lamp Lampa: Cube Lamp - Photo

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    • charlesyesuwan

      The boxy shape of Lampa’s Cube lamp might be a shade aggressive were it not for the candied palette (in addition to clay and white) available for its powder-coated steel base. White styrene shade; three-way touch switch.


  • Lesley Anton: Totem Floor lamp Lesley Anton: Totem Floor lamp - Photo

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    • charlesyesuwan

      Los Angeles ceramic artist Lesley Anton enriches her quiet clay colors with organic elements. The ribbed ceramic upright of this floor lamp somehow seems oddly familiar and soothing, like a stack of century-old milk bottles. Shown in cream crackle glaze with dark walnut alderwood accents. Trade only.


  • Oluce Stones Outdoor Lamps Oluce Stones Outdoor Lamps - Photo

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    • joe

      Natural-looking outdoor lights would look great in a courtyard garden.


  • Mioculture: Bendant Lamp Mioculture: Bendant Lamp - Photo

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    • fawnellis

      This flat-packed, cleverly named chandelier from Mioculture marks an advance in designer/client collaboration: Its leaflike shades of powder-coated, laser-cut steel in white, silver or electric lemon may be folded up or down according to the owner’s whim and need. Accepts a 20-watt fluorescent globe. Hardwiring kits sold separately.


  • UnderCover Lamp UnderCover Lamp - Photo

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    • fawnellis

      With the UnderCover lamp, Le Klint has found a remedy for the same-old-lampshade dilemma. Ludvigsen’s acrylic shade is actually two-in-one: an acrylic outer shade that protects a changeable inner shade. That decorative skin is available in five collections, including Doodle Dot, Marimekko—florals by designers Maija and Kristin Isola, and solid colors. UnderCover makes your fluctuating preference an accessory—and changing trends a cinch. Shades come in diameters of 13 inches or 17 inches.


  • Sunflower Lamp Sunflower Lamp - Photo

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    • fawnellis

      Danish lighting company Le Klint’s Sunflower lamp, by native designer Philip Bro Ludvigsen, is innovative in both style and substance: It can be hung as a pendant or turned sideways and mounted as a wall fixture.


  • Mondrian Lamp Mondrian Lamp - Photo

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    • fawnellis

      The almost imperceptible profile of Lightyears’ Mondrian lamp, designed by Cecilie Manz, is executed in steel bar and pipe. A molded acrylic collar prevents glare. And a ring, also acrylic, illuminates when the light is on, indicating directions in which the spot can be trained—180 degrees horizontally and 335 degrees vertically, thanks to a ball joint. Also in floor, table, pendant and sconce versions. Available in lacquered white.


  • The Lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany The Lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany - Photo

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    • charlesyesuwan

      By Martin Eidelberg, Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Nancy A. McClelland, Lars Rachen. Vendome Press, $75 Covering not just lighting but also dead flowers and zoological photographs, glassmaking tools and original documents, <i>The Lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany</i> is the first book in several years dedicated exclusively to Tiffany. Four scholars elucidate the luminary’s personal studies in lighting, explain the significance of nature in his eyes, and provide a detailed account of what went on in his workshop (perhaps the first book to examine the techniques behind the lamps). In addition to the well researched text, the book includes a beautiful four-color catalog of rare and newly photographed lamps divided into five categories: Trees and Shrubs, Vines, Flowers, Wetlands and Fauna. Each entry explores the cultural and stylistic influences, techniques, colorways and intended uses for the shade and lamp. This superb book is not only nutrition for the Tiffany flock but also a conversion text for even the most devout modernist.


  • Crate & Barrel Gum Drop Table Lamp Crate & Barrel Gum Drop Table Lamp - Photo

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  • Rob Zinn Low Frequency Floor Lamp Rob Zinn Low Frequency Floor Lamp - Photo

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    • andreatoyias

      I want to make bags that look like his lamps! Such great, innovative design!


  • Isamu Noguchi Akari Lamps Isamu Noguchi Akari Lamps - Photo

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    • alberthadley

      Isamu Noguchi's Akari lamps are definitive icons in mid-century lighting design. Japanese rice paper wrapped delicately around wire spun in abstract shapes allow the bulb to cast off a hazy glow.


  • Christopher Spitzmiller: Handmade Ceramic Lamps Christopher Spitzmiller: Handmade Ceramic Lamps - Photo

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    • jamiedrake

      Among some of my favorites lamps are these handmade ceramic ones by Christopher Spitzmiller.


  • Jonathan Adler: Table Lamps Jonathan Adler: Table Lamps - Photo

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  • Fortuny Lamp – Cesendello Fortuny Lamp – Cesendello - Photo

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    • carylchinn

      These lamps are beyond gorgeous. If I win the lottery, I’m buying dozens. The design looks Arabian, maybe Asian…no one ever guesses they’re from Italy.


  • Sad Ghost Lamp by Marcel Dzama Sad Ghost Lamp by Marcel Dzama - Photo

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    • linhchi

      It's a lovely sad little companion for you when you're sitting in your dark room all alone listening to Joy Division 'til the wee hours of the morning. (I don't do that, btw. Really.)