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Smoked glass with polished nickel finish on the mounting. A beautiful, and very functional, lamp for your work space with the built-in USB and data port on the lamp base.
The included shade is medium gray in silkette fabric.With a 3-way switch, the maximum recommended bulb is 100 watts. The lamp measures 6.5" in diameter and stands 26.5" tall.
Two wick candle in a White Mercury Glass
Steel City Collection Candles - "Hand Poured in Birmingham, AL"
Birmingham, Alabama, is a city of makers, and the home of Crave Candles Company. To show their appreciation for Birmingham, Crave is taking part in the city's rich history with the Steel City Collection. These hand-poured candles are in containers chosen to represent the industrial heritage and carry on the great tradition of makers that the Steel City has long been proud of.
Distinctive and artistic, the Steel City Collection is a signature presentation of Crave's fabulous fragrances in their all natural soy wax blend. In a variety of mercury glass, these candles will engage your senses visually and with aromas that will bring back old and comfortable memories, and help create new ones.
Crave Candles Company - Dedicated to living a life with passion
Excerpted from Hooker Furniture's blog post February 15, 2017 - Big Country Decor-Texas Style, by Carla Jordan
The Hill Country Story- Part 1 of a 3-Part Series
As a Texan for most of my life, I can truly say there’s no place like home in the Lone Star State–a land big in size, spirit and can-do attitude.
Here we can travel across prairies, hilly countrysides, forests and seaside ports without ever crossing the state line. Legends loom sky-high from Davy Crockett’s last stand at the Alamo to J.R. Ewing’s mythical oil baron reign at Southfork. This is where big dreams come true as evidenced by multi-cultural influences (from Spain, France, Mexico, Germany and Italy) that have enriched our heritage throughout the years.