Hurricane Electric 1970s Lamp White Hobnail Base Hand Painted Roses
Like many others I enjoy thrifting, yard saling, estate sales, flea markets, and junking. Don't forget with all of that I also enjoy vintage too! About a year ago a friend, and I were able to spend some time together thrifting. There really isn't a whole lot in the surrounding area to go digging for, but we made do. Sometimes we are lucky to find things, and sometimes it is just fun to get out and look too. Thrill of the hunt, right?
Above is a 1970s hurricane electric lamp that I had found, and kind of fell in love with it too. I enjoy the hurricane lamps, globe lamps, and some of the old lamps are such a gem to have and use. When I got this lamp my intention was to sell it, but instead I sat it for show on my great grandmother's old end table that I have. Right in front of the window with some lace curtains too. I think I maybe used it once during this time. I enjoyed the vibrant coloring in the globe, the hand painted roses and foliage, the key like on and off switch, the long brown cord, of course the milk white base with the hobail beaded edging, and the beautiful clean shine.
Seasons changing, and along with that sometimes comes the need for a change in the home decor too. So, I have decided to offer this adorable vintage lamp with my shop at Ecrater. If you like give it a click, and hop on over to see the pictures with the details of this piece. You can purchase directly from there, or if you like I could invoice you for this piece as well. I hope to find another special home for this piece for someone else to also enjoy.
It's Wednesday Hump Day, and I hope the week has been good to all of you so far. I appreciate you sharing your time with LilacsNDreams, and hope to see you all again soon. Have a fun filled day!
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