Thursday, December 13, 2012

Sale Week Interrupted..Lamp Help Needed

Sale week will resume tomorrow but I need help.  I am looking for a lamp similar to the ones in these pictures.  I am coming up empty handed.  Does anyone have a good source?  Is there a particular name I should be searching?  Any buzz words to Google?  Help!

13 comments:

Melanie Williams said...

Look on Kirklands website. They have two lamps that look similar and you could change out the shade to look like the lamp you want! Kirklands really has great lamps from time to time!

Kathleen Benefield said...

LUNA, Olive Jar, squatty

LindsB said...

hey lady- I'm emailing you now :)

Bridget said...

Simon Pearce pottery lamps

Whitney said...

When I just googled "pottery lamp" tons of similar options came up.

Katharine @ SouthernBourbonMountains said...

Pottery lamps? New Morning Gallery in Asheville? I know the BEST lampshade guy, Chad Smith at Lux Lampshades here in Charlotte. He might know the source! He does all the shades for Bee Line home!
xoxoxo

Karen Albert said...

These are all gorgeous lamps ...have you checked Pottery Barn or Ballard on the lower end and perhaps Linda Cosgrove on the high end.

xoxo
Karena
2012 Artists Series

My Interior Life said...

Hmm. Wish I had some lead for you. I would say "terra cotta lamp" or "vintage pottery" lamp?? I'm sure you've tried those already though. If I run across anything similar I will let you know!

Jennifer said...

Some of those look like they might have been old vessels turned into lamps. I saw a collection of old sardine jars (random) at an antique store in Fairhope this summer that looked similar. Hope you can find something!

Vicki said...

Have you tried Tricia's Treasures? She often carries pottery lamps and if not olive jars that could be made into lamps.

Emily Maggart said...

My aunt Nan Rothwell Pottery - she is fabulous and located in VA!

http://www.nanrothwellpottery.com/?page_id=502

Emily Maggart said...

My aunt Nan Rothwell Pottery - she is fabulous and located in VA!

http://www.nanrothwellpottery.com/?page_id=502

Jennifer Holden Campisi- Shades of Chic Blog said...

Have you tried Frontera in Hoover? I could have sworn I have seen something similar there before...