victorian style scientist lamp

September 30th, 2008 in member junk     
ultrajunk ultrajunk, member
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Here is a recent lamp project made from a very large dial caliper..antique copper heat lamp and the base is an old farm plow disc. It stands over 2' tall. The cord is only a temp as it will have a vintage copper tube that follows the curve of the caliper to hide the cord. Sorry for the not so stylish pics.

Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, metal, artwork, industrial, rusty

Comments (12)

Sushikay writes: Very it! Posted: 12:35 pm on April 22nd
ObjetsTrouves writes: Awesome!! Very Steampunk! Posted: 2:06 am on January 17th
MelHow writes: You make the coolest things!! Posted: 6:42 pm on January 20th
catbishop writes: Love this, reminds me of a star hanging from the moon. Nice work.

cat Posted: 1:15 pm on November 23rd
georgiamoon writes: Ok somehow I missed this cool lamp. I hope that you read this...I want that lamp! It looks like a MOON! If you ever want to sell this, let me know. I am NOT kidding...I LOVE IT!, Georgia Posted: 1:52 pm on October 4th
piecesofthepast writes: Cool lamp! It reminds me of something on "The Jetsons"!! Posted: 9:09 pm on October 1st
bluejean writes: What a great use of junk. I love the overall design. I would also like to make lamps at some point and this is great inspriation.
bluejean Posted: 2:16 pm on October 1st
MimiToria writes: What a great project you've created. I recognized the disc from the plow, since I was a farm girl growing up. Very cool use of rusty wonderful junk.
Fun seeing all of your cool designs. You're very talented.
Gretchen Posted: 12:26 pm on October 1st
suewhitney writes: Very cool. Love the contemporary design all wrapped up in rust! Can't wait to see more.

Sue Posted: 10:48 am on October 1st
shabbychick writes: What a great piece - so creative!! Love that rusty look!

Kathy Posted: 10:31 am on October 1st
junkinhart writes: Very creative pieces put together!! L O V E I T ! ! ! Posted: 8:16 am on October 1st
LuAnn writes: This is very ingenious!!! Love it.

LuAnn Posted: 4:50 am on October 1st
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