Arts & Crafts Lamp

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Shed light in a study, main living area, or bedroom, and on a special era of 20thcentury craftsmanship with this classic home accent. Made from quartersawn red oak, this pleasing project consists of several duplicate parts, which speed construction. A pattern for the corbels and shop-tested setups and jigs helps in making the identical parts and assemblies. For the shade, which sits neatly on a pair of crossbar supports at the top of the lamp base, I used thin panels of amber mica that I cut and installed with clear silicone caulk in the rabbeted shade frames. If this is your first lamp, you’ll find the diagram on page 36 a helpful reference for safe and simple wiring.


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