Maybe your grandparents had a set of drinking glasses that looked like the shrouds of this terrific hanging lamp, or okay, maybe they didn’t. Either way, you can appreciate the modern aesthetic as of this hanging fixture lamp, interpreted as it is through the POV of the 1970’s. We like the sculpted wood details, the top metal shroud that focuses the light downward, and most of all the highly useful retractable cord that allows this light to move up or down as needed.
22.5" Diameter x 13" H; Retractable tension cord 14" from ceiling to 50" from ceiling
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