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Burlington Table Lamp

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1. Model
1977 - Burlington Table Lamp
2. Color
3. Shade

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  • Made in USA

Made in the United States.

The Burlington Table Lamp is the elemental marriage of Simon Pearce glass and pottery in one unique piece. Designed to bring together the elegance of handcrafted glass and the classic style of hand-thrown pottery, Burlington evokes the wholeness of the Simon Pearce brand.

Light illuminates the glass and moves quietly down the sensual curve of the pottery base, highlighting the non-reflective glaze and smooth bow of its shape. Dimmer located on cord. Cord emerges from socket. Offered with a silk pleated empire shade or a linen empire shade.

Slate lamp shown with a linen empire shade.

Dimensions
  • 10"W X 24.5"H
  • Shade: 16"D X 10.75"H
Material(s)
linen, cloth, fabric
Lamp Type
INCANDESCENT
Bulbs
1 X 100W 120V E26 (medium base) incandescent lamp (not included)
Listing
UL
Item Number
SIM-BURLINGTON-TABLE-LAMP
Model(s)
1977 2994 2989

Made in the United States.

The Burlington Table Lamp is the elemental marriage of Simon Pearce glass and pottery in one unique piece. Designed to bring together the elegance of handcrafted glass and the classic style of hand-thrown pottery, Burlington evokes the wholeness of the Simon Pearce brand.

Light illuminates the glass and moves quietly down the sensual curve of the pottery base, highlighting the non-reflective glaze and smooth bow of its shape. Dimmer located on cord. Cord emerges from socket. Offered with a silk pleated empire shade or a linen empire shade.

Slate lamp shown with a linen empire shade.

Simon Pearce

With a vision of creating beautifully designed products with premium quality materials and time-honored techniques, Simon Pearce produces hand crafted lights intended for a lifetime of use.

Inspired by design aesthetics and skills gained during his parents pottery shop, Simon Pearce continued to expand his glassblowing experience while traveling the world and working in European glass houses and studying at the Royal College of Art in London.

Simon Pierce artisans in Vermont and Maryland utilize the same handcrafted techniques Simon Pearce brought with him from Europe, illuminating New England and the East Coast with hand blown glass and hand crafted pottery.

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