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Crystal Jelly Jar light fixture by Deborah Ehrlich

 



DEBORAH EHRLICH

Crystal Jelly Jar light fixture, designed 2013
hand-made Swedish crystal shade
with brass shade holder and porcelain fixture
shade: approximately 5 1/2" tall, 3" wide
assembled with base: 8" tall, 4.5" wide
maximum of 75 watt light bulb
artist's signature on shade

The crystal shade may be purchased separately and used with any standard fixture that is sized to accommodate a 3-1/4" shade. To use this light outdoors you must purchase your own fixture that is approved for outdoor use as the accompanying fixture that we supply is not.

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All products by Deborah Ehrlich are a final sale.

AVAILABILITY NOTICE: Available quantities are always shifting. Please call us at 212 463 7490, or email us at info@artwareeditions.com to confirm if you have a deadline.
$225.00


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Deborah Ehrlich's elegant Crystal Jelly Jar light fixture highlights this renowned glass artist's attention to superior artisanship and craft. The hand-blown shades are made from Swedish crystal that is lead-free and therefore able to be thinner and more delicate than traditional glass. Made in Sweden, each shade is hand-cut and hand-grinded to perfection. The shade is paired with a brass shade holder and porcelain base to give the piece a relaxed but elegant look. The crystal shade may be purchased separately and used with any standard fixture that is sized to accommodate a 3-1/4" shade. To use this light outdoors you must purchase your own fixture that is approved for outdoor use as the accompanying fixture that we supply is not. A 65 watt clear light bulb is the usual wattage, but up to 75 watts is acceptable.

Please note that all Ehrlich items are FINAL SALE.

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