Quoizel 2 Light San Gabriel Table Lamp, Valiant Bronze

by Quoizel
In 1920, Museum Of International Folk Art Founder, Florence Dibell Barlett First Visited New Mexico And Stayed At The Well-Known San Gabriel Ranch. In The 1930'S She Bought And Lovingly Restored The 70-Acre Ranch Renaming It El Mirador. Ms. Bartlett Loved Bright Colors And Light-Filled Rooms So She Added A Number Of Stained Glass Windows. The Glass Maker Adapted Her Favorite Native American Beadwork Patterns Into The Designs. The Window Over The Front Door Provided The Inspiration For This Piece
  • Made of Resin
  • (2)60W A19 Medium Base
  • Bulbs Not Included
  • Valiant Bronze Finish
  • Glass Count: 176
  • Transitional Design Style
  • Switch Type: Two-Circuit (li,l2,l1-l2/Off)
  • ETL Safety Rating
Overall Dimensions: 14.50"(W) x 23.50"(H)

Item Weight: 10.30 lbs.