Peacock Cylinder Table Lamp


Thanks to our exclusive partnership with the Blenko Glass Company, we're reissuing this 1956 design from their archives, rendered in Blenko's proprietary color formulas. Blenk's master glassblowers blow the vessels and finials in West Virginia, and then we wire and assemble then, adding the sustainably harvested Eastern walnut bases, adjustable harps, and American-made shades. Blenko has been producing richly hued, handblown glass since 1893. After decades of making stained glass for windows, > MORE the company made the significant decision to branch into tableware. With Design Directors Winslow Anderson (1947 to 1953) and Wayne Husted (1953 to 1963), Blenko began producing decanters, vases, and lamps. The voluptuous shapes and remarkable colors of these pieces made them highly collectible mid-century icons. Handblown exclusively for Rejuvenation in Milton, West Virginia Available in Wheat, Olive, and Amethyst Includes adjustable harp and matching finial Handturned Eastern walnut base Turnkey switch also serves as a dimmer ^ LESS

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General Style: Transitional

Essential Properties: Handmade

Material: Natural Fiber, Glass

Color / Finish: Blue, Natural

Lamp Type: Incandescent

Shade Type: Drum

Glass Type: Blown Glass

Dimensions: 5" W x 28" H

Number of Bulbs: 1

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