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Watercolor Sun Mosaic Stained Glass Art Table Lamp by BOLO Designs.
Colorful cells come together to create a beautiful "stained glass" look. This is a tiled image so you can also use the design on the desk lamp.
Lighten up and liven up any room with this fun, colorful hanging lamp that mimics a stained-glass effect. Choose from a dozen trim colors (shown here in white) and several styles of fixtures. Imagine your dining room with this lamp hanging over your table beautifully set with my matching mosaic...
A cute and fun green stained glass mosaic pattern table lamp for your home!
You can also get two and put them in your bedroom, one on each side of your bed!
This cool design is also available on the tripod lamp and pendant lamp if you prefer...
Will also make a cool and creative...
The body, which took over the role of protecting buildings of historic importance from its predecessor English Heritage, has published the highlights from the 510 new additions to the National Heritage List for England in the past 12 months. The newly listed heritage sites have been designated by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on the advice of Historic England and now benefit from special protection. Listing is a marker of historic or architectural special interest and means that this interest has to be taken into account in any future plans for change. Heritage Minister Tracey Crouch said: ‘By protecting our national heritage through listing we leave a vital legacy for generations now and in the future. From an ancient henge in Yorkshire to bus stations in Berkshire, it’s great to see we have protected such a rich variety of heritage sites this year. All of these places have a unique role in telling us the story of the people who built and used these structures, whether it’s our earliest ancestors or today’s commuters. Roger Bowdler, Designation Director at Historic England, said: “Keeping the National Heritage List for England up-to-date is at the very heart of what Historic England does. These highlights demonstrate the richness of our historic environment – from the traces of our Neolithic past to everyday places such as playgrounds and hairdressers to Cold War military sites and. ‘The List is not just the official database for England’s most important sites and structures: it is a celebration of our special places and ensures that England’s history is recognised, respected and enjoyed. Top twenty quirky new heritage sites: century. Gas destructor lamps were located where there was a pocket of gas: three burning mantles created an intense heat in the lamp hood, causing an up-draught which drew up the sewer gases into the column to be burnt off. The lamp in Stewart Road, Sheffield is a good surviving example in a city where there used to be 82 such lamps. (listed Grade II) Former Francis hairdresser’s shop, Scarborough, North Yorkshire. Originally a 1930s hairdresser, Francis Tea Rooms in Scarborough gives us a rare insight into a genteel section of 1930s society. It is divided up into a number of discrete, timber-panelled booths which were originally designed to give privacy to ladies having their hair dressed. It was sympathetically converted into a tea room. Source: www.architectsjournal.co.uk
NORTH HERTFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND—A burial dating to A. D. 200 has been found in a field in southern England by a metal detectorist, who alerted the authorities after recovering three Roman jugs and a bronze dish. Keith Fitzpatrick-Matthews, North Hertfordshire District Council ’s Archaeology and Outreach Officer, announced that glass bottles, an iron lamp, a wall mounting bracket, two layers of hobnails from a pair of shoes, and a box with bronze corner... The largest of the bottles was hexagonal in shape, and contained cremated bone and a worn bronze coin dating from A. D. 174 or 175. Next to it, the team uncovered a rare octagonal-shaped bottle. Two mosaic glass dishes, probably made in Alexandria, Egypt, were found on top of a decayed wooden box that had held two clear glass cups and a pair of blue glass handles. “After 1,800 years, finds like these still impress us with their workmanship. Working together with the metal detectorist, NHDC’s archaeologist and the Finds Liaison Officer were able to uncover the past and find out and understand so much more about the lives of people in Roman North Herts,” Fitzpatrick-Matthews said in a... To read more about this period, see " Artifact: Romano-British Brooch. Source: www.archaeology.org
com is showcasing the work of Mosaic , a digital publication that explores the science of life. It's produced by the Wellcome Trust, a global charitable foundation that supports research in biology, medicine and the medical humanities, with the goal of improving human and animal health. The content is produced solely by Mosaic, and we will be posting some of its most thought-provoking work. The story was published by Mosaic on June 23 2015. He reaches up and detaches his right ear, which she created for him out of silicone seven years before. The ear is shabby, stained from skin oil and mottled by daily use. Viewed under various lights in the neutral, gray-walled room -- daylight, incandescent, fluorescent -- it remains a pasty beige. James is a doctor with the Department of Veterans Affairs in Las Vegas -- the fierce desert sunlight is also tough on his prosthetic ear. Seelaus is an anaplastologist, a clinician who sculpts artificial body parts for people who have lost them through injury or disease or, as with James, who never had them to begin with. He was born 58 years ago with Goldenhar syndrome, a genetic condition that distorts the fetal face, sometimes severely. Some children with Goldenhar, like James, are born missing an ear or part of an ear (he had only the right lobe). Some have bulging eyes, or no eyes at all. James's jaw was undersized and skewed. He underwent 35 surgeries, including one to construct his right cheekbone using bone shaved from his ribs. He pulls up his shirt to show off slashing scars across his ribcage. "I used to tell bullies I was mauled by a tiger at the zoo," he says. The first time I walked through the corridors of the Craniofacial Center, on the University of Illinois at Chicago's medical campus, I had to sit down. Not that I was going to faint, but the immediate possibility occurred to me. So I filled a paper cup with water and carefully lowered myself into a chair. Read: Waiting for a new face: The transplants giving people back their lives. And that was before meeting any patients. Seeing the mute plaster molds of cleft faces, the blindly staring glass eyes and the little pyramids of false noses was enough. A baby's hand, made of silicone, grasped at the air. That was 15 years ago. I'm not sure whether I was more or less scared of people with disfigurements than is average. As a child I had been terrified. Even of the small square picture on page 289 in the. Source: www.cnn.com
To celebrate their 40th year in business, Hilliard Lamps will open its glass studio and bronze foundry on 11th Street in Arcata to tours and sales on Oct. 24 and 25. Guests can see how the lamps are made, watch molten bronze pour into a mold and
In addition, her newly inspired piece, “Homing,” which features a lamp-worked bird under a glass cloche bell jar, also speaks to the fragility of the inspirational source. The object that Mike Mangiafico chose to re-create is a Roman mosaic glass
Works from the permanent collection continue to be featured in the Singer Gallery at the Art Museum of South Texas. Louise Nevelson's "Silent Silence," a gift from Edwin Singer is one I have admired for years. Nevelson, a sculptor known for her
Shrapnel from the mosaic glass squares flew more than 20 feet over the house from the patio onto the front yard. It's a miracle my wife wasn't killed. The product was defective; if we wanted to buy an explosive we would have gone to the fireworks store
Cabin_Light & Living. Gently weathered and distressed, the Quarry Hanging lamp in gray illuminates with retro flair from Light & Living. Cabin_CTW. From CTW Home Collection, the Mini General Store wall bin shown in a light antique oak finish ($3
Every table, every lamp, every cabinet has a story, and many of his stories lead back to something he worked on. His colorful stained-glass pieces hang in the windows. A mosaic glass gazing ball and mosaic vases are sprinkled throughout his warm Dalton ...
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