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Williamsburg for Port 68 Portsmouth Lamp in White

The pineapple was a rare and expensive fruit in the colonies, and symbolized the spirit of hospitality. As such, it was a popular and recurring design motif in eighteenth century decorative arts—and still the sign of hospitality today. The design of the Portsmouth lamp is interpreted from an early nineteenth-century wallpaper in the collection of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. The pineapples are carved into the mold of this tea caddy shaped accent lamp from the WILLIAMSBURG collection.
  • Handcrafted ceramic table lamp.
  • Aged brass metal ball finial.
  • Black wood base.
  • Inverted cut corner soft back shade in off-white linen with single fold trim.
  • Brass spider.
  • 12"W x 9"D x 21"T.
  • Imported.
  • Boxed weight, approximately 16 lbs.
  • Available in white or apple green
  • Free shipping in the U.S.


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