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Hexagonal Hammered Copper Table Lamp with Wire Mesh Dragonfly Panels

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Hexagonal Hammered Copper Table Lamp with Wire Mesh Dragonfly Panels

Please click on Read More to open photos.                                                                                                                                                                                           This table lamp stands 23.5 inches tall and is considered to be a medium sized table lamp. The wire mesh panels are the same kind as in our wire mesh shades but the frame of this shade has been built using hammered copper. The lamp has a hammered copper base which has been...

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Counter Balance Desk or Piano Lamp

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Counter Balance Desk or Piano Lamp

Please click on Read More to open photos                                                                                                                                                                             This lamp contains smithing elements from Albert Berry on the base to Tiffany on the arms. The lamp has been fully smithed on the anvil and is all solid copper with the ball being solid brass. It can be used as a piano lamp or on a bookshelf . If you are going to use it as a desk lamp the stem that...

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Six Panel Peacock Lamp

Posted by on Jul 11, 2013 in Featured Lamps, Table Lamp | Comments Off on Six Panel Peacock Lamp

Six Panel Peacock Lamp

  Please click on Read More to open photos.                                                                                                                                                                             The leaf and vine work in the shade panels create a wonderful texture with the lamp lit or turned off. On this lampshade I hammer the frame and then do repousse’ work on the back of the leaves and the peacock’s bodies. That way you get three different textures on the copper with...

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Coppersmithing and building techniques

Posted by on Jul 8, 2013 in Table Lamp | Comments Off on Coppersmithing and building techniques

I build a wide variety of table lamps both in size and in use. Some of these are my designs and others are my renditions of  vintage designs. When doing a famous vintage design I always try to make an improvement if at all possible. A good example would be the shades of Stickley Brothers lamps. The originals that I have seen do not have fully hammered shades even though they do have hammer work from the back side. I fully hammer the shades and then do the repousse’ work. I also use heavier gauge copper than the original lamps. Sometimes as much as twice as thick. This produces a...

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Tramp Art Lamp

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Tramp Art Lamp

Please click on Read More to open photos.                                                                                                                                                                            The shade in this lamp is built by embedding cedar branches in-between two layers of mica. The branches are floated in a layer of resin with amber mica on the outside and silver mica on the inside for better light reflection. The base is mahogany that has been chip carved in the Tramp Art style. It...

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Pyramidal Peacock Table Lamp

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Pyramidal Peacock Table Lamp

Please click on Read More to open photos.                                                                    This Pyramidal Peacock Lamp was originally built by the Grand Rapids Art Metalsmiths for Limbert or Stickley Brothers. My version uses a different base that I really enjoy. The shade is supported by four arms that then travel down the side of the base and then get forged into leaves that are riveted to the base. The shade is fully hammered and uses the same art glass as the original.It is a large table lamp at 26 inches tall with a 20 inch square...

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Limbert Double Pedestal Table Lamp

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Limbert Double Pedestal Table Lamp

Please click on Read More to open photos.                                                                                                                                                                        The version of this lamp that I build is as close to the original as possible. The old ones are extremely rare and the three that I have seen have smooth shades with the leaves puffed out  from the back. I fully hammer the entire shade and then do the repousse’ work. This makes a huge difference in...

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Prairie Bookshelf Lamp

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Prairie Bookshelf Lamp

    Please clock on Read More to open photos.                                                                                                                                                                           This lamp can hold a few books on the bottom shelf. There are thru mortise and tenon everywhere. The shelf has thru mortise tenons with locking keys and the uprights mortise thru the roof. The mica panels are surrounded by a hammered copper frame. There is a pyramidal hammered pull with...

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Snail Shade Desk Lamp

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Snail Shade Desk Lamp

Please click on Read More to open photos.                                                                                                      This desk lamp is solid copper and weighs in at over 25 pounds. It gets it’s name Snail Shade desk lamp because when you look at the shade from the end it resembles a crawling snail. The shade will rotate for adjustment and it uses a single socket that has a hand forged hammered pull. The base starts off with solid 1/2 inch plate copper and then has a 1/8 inch thick overlay plate. The standard is...

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Medieval Lamp

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Medieval Lamp

Please click on Read More to open photos.                                                                                                                                                                         The Medieval Lamp is quite heavy with over 25 pounds of solid copper in it. The base is forged using four pieces of  3/8 by 1 inch wide bar stock. This size stock  is usually reserved for blacksmiths due to its large size. I then flare out the scrolled feet to over 5 inches wide. I use radial hammering...

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Large Bookshelf Lamp

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Large Bookshelf Lamp

Please click on Read More to open photos.                                                                                                                                                               Bookshelf lamps of this style were sometimes called Trough lamps because they looked a bit like a cattle trough. I build these out of white quarter sawn oak and hammered copper in two styles. One has a simple grid pattern with mica panels and the other has a leaded glass scenic panel.The scenic panels have fractured...

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Cedar Branch Table Lamp

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Cedar Branch Table Lamp

Please click on Read More to open photos.                                                                                                                                                                         This is a full size table lamp that stands 27 inches tall. The cedar branches in the panels are floating in a resin layered between two pieces of mica.These panels are fit into the oak frame with a  hammered copper framework.  The oak frame on the shade mimics the extended rafter tails on a Craftsman...

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Albert Berry Scenic Lamp

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Albert Berry Scenic Lamp

Please click on Read More to open photos.                                                                      This is a shade that I built for the Albert Berry base in the photo. A photo was found that pictured this lamp in Albert’s shop so the shade is as close as I could come to the original.The entire scene was cut out using a jeweler’s saw. There is reverse painting on back of the glass and the whole shade has been hammered and textured. If you have any interest in this type of lamp please contact me to talk about the...

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Round Peacock Lamp

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Round Peacock Lamp

  Please click on Read More to open photos.                                                                                                                                                                            This peacock shade is fully hammered and fitted with mica panels. The base in the photo was made by Albert Berry. There are four cabochons of fossilized walrus tusk on the bottom of the base with puff outs in-between.I can do a base just like this one or there are other bases that will work...

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Eight Sided Leaded Table Lamp

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Eight Sided Leaded Table Lamp

Please click on Read More to open photos.                                                                                                                                                                         This is a large full size table lamp that stands 27 inches tall. The heavy forged base is built starting on a hundred year old blacksmiths trip hammer to spread the copper. It is then shaped and hammered on the anvil. After the shape is just right it is heated to red hot and scrolled into the final form...

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