Lamps for rehoming

I continue to work on lamps. Well, actually, my husband electrician is my major partner in this venture. Love making unique lighting from agricultural metal. All of the parts have stories and history and I am proud to carry on their stories in a truly unique fashion.
Here are two completed lights ready for rehoming. If your interested, message me.

The metal is welded. A three part process of rust converter, primer and Golden acrylic paint is used painting. The electrician makes it safe.
The glass puddle is from Al & Joan Hiebert.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE:

Quality UL (Underwriters Laboratories) listed electrical components used in construction. The fixtures themselves are not UL listed. UL certification involves a lengthy test process, including testing (often to destruction) of identical samples. These fixtures are one of a kind. We try our best to make all of our fixtures in accordance with the UL best practices and standards, but the buyer is solely responsible for determining that any fixture is suitable and/or safe for his or her intended use. We will not be responsible for any loss or damage(s) resulting from the use or misuse of any items sold.

BY PURCHASing, YOU ARE AGREEING TO THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

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