A classic geometric Arts & Crafts piece with handcrafted art glass in shades of sapphire blue, warm honey, amber and cream.
New floor torchiere for Quoizel's best selling Inglenook line...So the story goes...Sometime around 1910 a northern California craftswoman created a lamp for a Colonel stationed at Fort Bragg. She called the design Inglenook and made quite a few thereafter as it turned out to be quite popular. Like all things, time passed and the design fell out of favor and was lost in the mist of the Great Depression then World War II and all that followed afterward. Quoizel found and revived the design for their 2009 Mission Line. They stayed as authentic as they could constructing the shade out of 249 pieces of copper foiled and hand leaded art glass and mating it to a cast base with very sharp looking 4-footed fortress basepad complete with flying buttresses and finished in a rich Valiant Bronze. 73" tall, 16" square shade, 150-watts max on full range base dimmer. Very authentic Mission torchiere at a good price.