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Lighting: New Table Lamps from Schoolhouse Electric

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Lighting: New Table Lamps from Schoolhouse Electric

May 31, 2011

Schoolhouse Electric recently released a collection of table lamps that bring the classic schoolhouse style to the tabletop. N.B. Schoolhouse Electric fans in Portland, please come to the Remodelista Local Market on June 4th in the new Schoolhouse Electric Factory.

Above: The Ion White Porcelain Lamp is available with five cord choices. Shown with red twisted cord, the fixture has a 4-inch-wide base and stands 3 inches tall (without bulb); $85.

Above: The Lift Lamp, shown above in vintage brass with a red twisted cord, is 16.5 inches tall. The cast iron base is 5 inches in diameter. Available in seven finishes and five cord colors; $99.

Above: The Ion Black Porcelain Lamp is offered with five cord choices (shown with khaki twisted cord) and features as 4-inch-wide base and stands 3 inches tall (without bulb); $85.

Product summary  

Desk & Table Lamps

Lift Lamp

$99.00 USD from Schoolhouse Electric

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