Truly unique, Sheaf initially appears to be a gathered bundle of reeds, but its fanned top conceals a hidden light that gently illuminates the warm finish. The effect can be country or nautical, but always stands out.
Years ago there was a famous accent lamp called Bonfire made of real sticks built around a light bulb. The design feel into disuse, disappeared really, but Kenroy's artisans' revived it using Natural Reed fanned out around a light-bulb core. The lamp is called Sheaf and my wife categories it as 'an ultimate accent lamp'. Its big, 29" tall, and wide, about 16" at top and it simple purpose is beauty and a bit of dramatic flair. It is perfect in an arts and crafts, farmhouse, lodge or cabin setting or if you are eclectic like my wife right across the room from a modernistic sculpture. Basepad is painted steel with a felt bottom. 100-watt max bulb on inline roll switch, but I think Sheaf really calls for a screw-in bulb shaped LED bulb. You want the light to be subtle almost an afterthought.