Stone Pillar Table Lamp
For years, stone pillars have been used in architecture. In Egypt in 2600 BC, columns were shaped to look like bundled reeds such as papyrus and palm. As years went by, pillars started to become carved in more intricate detail. Some of the most elaborate stone pillars were those of the Persians.
This table lamp looks like it came off an entryway of a gothic medieval castle with gargoyles perched on top. With its distressed grey finish, it fits into a Medieval Classic style but with its cream-colored shade, it could fit into a more contemporary style. This table lamp would even look good in a minimalist or a shabby chic setting.
Dimensions: 18 x 18 x 34.5 in inches. Material: Polyresin with Distressed Grey, Cream Shade. Imported. Handling Fee is $20.