KENDALL'S CUSTOM LAMPS
SMALL FIREPLACE LAMP
RUSTIC AND WESTERN STYLE
REAL STONE AND SOLID OAK
HAND MADE IN THE USA
Note: This listing is for the small lamp only. We sell both the small and large. The large lamp is sold separately in our store. One of the pictures above shows how they look when paired together. You will receive only one lamp!
This lamp is made from real stone! And the wooden base, mantel and top are solid oak lumber. There is a flicker flame bulb in the fireplace that gives off a warm glow like a real fireplace and is even stoked with firewood. Both lights are controlled by one switch. The first click turns on the fireplace bulb only, the second click turns on the top lamp only, the third click turns on both lamps.
The lamp is topped with a rustic faux oiled Kraft paper shade with lacing top and bottom.
All of Kendall's Custom Lamps are hand made in the USA with the finest materials available.
The item is shipped in two boxes, as the shade is packaged separately.
The Story of Kendall's Custom Lamps:
Dennis Kendall started building lamps in 2006 to fill a need for himself. Starting out with a the Fireplace Lamp he made to complement a fireplace he had just built in his home (see separate listing in this store), he kept on growing, adding more fantastic and unique Western/Rustic style lamps.
All lamps are made by hand and inventory is limited, so please email for item availability.
All Kendall's Lamps are made of the finest materials available including solid wood oak, cherry and pine. Each lamp is crafted by hand one at a time, therefore, availability is limited. Please allow 3-6 weeks for delivery time.
This store strives to carry American-made products as soon as we discover them, and we are still in the process of searching for more and more American businesses who need our support. Do you remember when once upon a time almost everything was made in this great country? We are absolutely delighted to have found and proud to feature Kendall's Custom Lamps. These are beautifully hand-crafted and great conversation pieces. How reminiscent of the Old West!