STAINED GLASS LADYBUG LAMP



Stained Glass Ladubug Lamp, retail approx. $35.00 (www.seventhavenue.com...)
Manufactured by (Unknown)
Last updated 03-23-14



This is a stained glass nightlight designed to look like a ladybird beetle (or, "ladybug" as many people call those things).

It uses a screw-base candelabra light bulb (usually a C4 nightlight bulb but can be as high a wattage as a C7 Christmas bulb).

It features a line cord with an inbuilt rotary on/off switch, and the body of the lamp is composed of numerous stained glass panels with lead or leadlike metal solder holding them all together.


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Photograph showing the lamp illuminated.






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Ladybug lamp was purchased on the Seventh Avenue website in early-2012 to be given as a gift for my aunt Voni who left this mortal coil on 03-13-14.




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