This summer I was on a hunting trip in upstate New York, stumbled on a great organized junk/scrap yard. There was a section for everything. I could not contain myself, all I thought was how I was going to get all of my treasures home. There was a 19th century iron garden gate, I love these. They have a history, I use my imagination to wonder who were the people who walked through the gate. The center pieces was the only thing left to salvage, the iron scroll work was beautiful.
On my way home I stopped at my welders and dropped them off. These are the lamps, vintage industrial with style.
The fun part about what I do, is I get to find incredible hand made papers form all over the world new and old to make lampshades for the lamps that get created from my hunting trips. This paper I found this spring in New York. The paper is a light version of Kraft paper with scrolls of espresso and bronzes screened on it. A perfect match for these lamps.
If you are in the area stop by to see works in progress or visit my online shop.
Have a great weekend.