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Ugone and Thomas Lamp Shade Lg FL313

Inspired by natural forms and honest materials, a timeless palette and genuine passion for truly handmade lighting, Janna Ugone & Justin Thomas synchronize vintage, contemporary and industrial elements that explore life interests and tell a story. The results are distinctive.

As the company evolves, even in the face of the growing number of import products, the idea of providing among the best made in the USA lighting and home decor products still comprises the backbone of the Ugone and Thomas studio. Their goal is a consistency of handmade quality and distinctiveness virtually lost in much of today’s manufacturing.

PLEASE READ:
I decided to offer the bases and shades separately. So - if you add this item to your cart, remember you will only receive the shade. I share this so you will not be surprised to receive only one package. The base is available as another item.

Kiwi Lamp Shade
Designed and crafted in the Easthampton studio of Ugone and Thomas, every lamp is considered a true individual. Each shade is printed with rich, color saturated imagery on museum quality archival paper, and may be accented with unique charms or selectively pierced for sparkle. Shades are signed, dated, and hallmarked.

Shade is 9" tall. The top opening is 6.5" diameter, and the bottom is 18" diameter. Grab your tape measure and compare with the shades you have at home. Please bear in mind it is difficult to match your decor with a photo, so if an exact match is required to a color in your room, perhaps a web purchase isn't in the cards for you.

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Ships all alone for $15. Shades are double boxed for safety. We ship with insurance and tracking number so you know it's coming and we know it got there. If a base is ordered, it ships in a separate box for the safety of all involved. An adult signature will be required on delivery unless you specifically indicate otherwise.

Model: FL313

$145.00
 

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