Quoizel Valiant Bronze Tiffany Three Light Up Lighting Table Lamp from the Museum of New Mexico Collection

Item #: BCI835934

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Technical Specs

Bulb Base Candelabra (E12), Medium (E26)
Bulb Type Incandescent
Collection Museum of New Mexico
Energy Star No
Genre Southwestern, Mission / Craftsman
Height 23.5
Light Direction Up Lighting
Material Synthetic
Number of Bulbs 3
Style Tiffany
Suggested Room Fit Office
Switch Type Multi Way
Wattage 180, 21
Watts Per Bulb 60, 7
Width 14.5

In 1920, Museum of International Folk Art founder, Florence Dibell Barlett first visited New Mexico and stayed at the well-known San Gabriel Ranch. In the 1930's she bought andlovingly restored the 70-acre ranch renaming it El Mirador. Ms. Bartlett loved bright colors and light-filled rooms so she added a number of stained glass windows. The glass maker adapted her favorite Native American beadwork patterns into the designs. The window over the front door provided the inspiration for this lamp.


  • Height: 23.5 inches
  • Width: 14.5 inches


  • Three light up lighting table lamp featuring a light in the base
  • Requires two 60 watt Medium base bulbs (not included) and one 7 watt Candelabra base bulb (not included)
  • Includes 8 feet of wire

Additional Quoizel Links

Our SKU: NX615

This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):

  • Valiant Bronze*

*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued

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  • The Quoizel NX615 shade has a height of 8" and a width of 14".

    What are the shade dimensions?


    The Quoizel NX615 shade has a height of 8" and a width of 14".

Product Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from outstanding light fixture I bought this Quoizel lamp about a month ago and i think it is beautiful. Never thought I would appreciate a lamp as much. The three-way turn out switch is a plus. Good night light and good lamp to lighten up a room. Beautiful colors. Looks just like it does on the ad.
Date published: 2014-09-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I'm pretty sure the one I got is not in any museums... I'll start by saying $398.00 is the most I've ever spent on a lamp. I have a piece of furniture that this should have been perfect for. I was very very excited about getting this lamp. As soon as I opened the box and started assembling it I could see the disappointment on my wife's face. I kept telling her it would be beautiful, but when I put the shade on, I knew she was right in her disappointment. The plastic used to construct the shade and sides of this lamp is very thin and cheap. I knew it was going to be plastic and not stained glass, but I did expect a quality plastic, which this is totally not. I used the two 60w bulbs that came with the lamp but the material used to construct this shade is so thin it's almost like looking at two bare light bulbs. The color in the shade just disappears and all you see is two light bulbs. I'm not exaggerating when I say it's horribly cheap. We can even see the two light bulb sockets through the shade. I would never put this on the Stickley writing desk I purchased it for. I know this review should end with me saying I'm going to send the lamp back, but actually, I'm going to try to make it work in another part of the house. I like the color and design. I'm going to keep downsizing the bulb wattage until we can no longer see the bulbs or sockets through the shade. I went from the 60w recommended to 40w bulbs and still all we see is two light bulbs shining through. It's really bad. Next I'll try 25w then 15w if I have to. Very disappointing, the shade just doesn't defuse the light. My wife correctly pointed out that I'm going to end up with a $398 night light.
Date published: 2014-03-30
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Quoizel puts their focus on you. Sistering timeless design with quality creates for unique styles not found with any other manufacturer. Avoiding fads and trends in exchange for styles that never fade has earned Quoizel a stronghold in the lighting industry. Quoizel aims to please its customers and is fortunate enough to say that they do not disappoint.

Quoizel Museum of New Mexico Collection

The inspiration for the design came from the collections at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture in Santa Fe, NM, and is modeled after the patterns in Native American pottery, textiles and jewelry. Diamonds figure prominently in all types of Navajo weaving and have become the one symbol most often used to create a Southwestern feel to works of art. Translating the design to Tiffany glass changes the feel of the motif and places it more in the Arts & Crafts style. This lighting product may have

Warranty Info


QUOIZEL, Inc. Warrants that this product will be free of electrical defects for the lifetime of the original owner. Should any electrical part (wiring, switches, sockets, pugs, or the like) fail through any defect in materials or workmanship during the life of the original owner, QUOIZEL will repair or replace (at our option) the item free of charge. Shipping is the responsibility of the owner.

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