|Bulb Base||Candelabra (E12), Medium (E26)|
|Collection||Museum of New Mexico|
|Genre||Mission / Craftsman, Southwestern|
|Light Direction||Up Lighting|
|Number of Bulbs||3|
|Suggested Room Fit||Office|
|Switch Type||Multi Way|
|Watts Per Bulb||60, 7|
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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
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