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  • (Lamp shade) A lampshade is a fixture that covers the lightbulb on a lamp to diffuse the light it emits. Conical, cylindrical and other forms on floor-, desk- or table top-mounted as well as suspended lamp models are the most common and are made in a wide range of materials.
  • (Lamp Shade) The shade serves the important function of blocking the glare from a light bulb and is usually the most decorative part of a lamp. The lamp shade can be made of glass, fabric, metal, or other more creative materials.
  • (lamp shade) lampshade: a protective ornamental shade used to screen a light bulb from direct view
    fancy
  • A feeling of liking or attraction, typically one that is superficial or transient
  • A thing that one supposes or imagines, typically an unfounded or tentative belief or idea; notion or whim
  • visualize: imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind; "I can't see him on horseback!"; "I can see what will happen"; "I can see a risk in this strategy"
  • The faculty of imagination
  • illusion: something many people believe that is false; "they have the illusion that I am very wealthy"
  • not plain; decorative or ornamented; "fancy handwriting"; "fancy clothes"
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Top and Bottom Scallop Shantung Silk Bell Lamp Shade with Fancy Trim in Off White Size: 11" H x 14" W x 14" D
Top and Bottom Scallop Shantung Silk Bell Lamp Shade with Fancy Trim in Off White Size: 11" H x 14" W x 14" D
S556 Size: 11" H x 14" W x 14" D Features: -Lamp shade. -Off white finish. -Washer top fitter - connects to the shade by screwing on with a finial. -Fits stardard harps. -Coated frame. -Available in: -11'' Height size. -12'' Height size. -13.5'' Height size. . -Shantung silk shade. -Indoor use. -Top and bottom scallop. -Decorated with fancy trim. -Bell shape. -11'' Lamp shade dimensions: 7'' Dia Top x 14'' Dia Base. -12'' Lamp shade dimensions: 8'' Dia Top x 16'' Dia Base. -13.5'' Lamp shade dimensions: 9'' Dia Top x 18'' Dia Base.

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For number 50, one of yours truly. Nothing beats an afternoon wandering around The Rebuilding Center in North Portland. That is, nothing beats an afternoon wandering around The Rebuilding Center in North Portland with a camera. I came here in search of counters when I built my first darkroom. I appreciated the game of asking Guy #1 with his price pad how much a counter was and when I learned he was of the "Let's Get As Much As We Can For This Sh#t" persuasion, I waited ten minutes, then asked Guy #2, who looked to be more of the "Let's Get This Sh#t Out of Here So We Can Get More Sh#t to Sell" persuasion. He quoted a pleasing price and filled out the honor receipt for me to give to the friendly gal at the cashier. That same friendly gal, when I went in a year later to get a pocket full of nails to hang a show, but had forgotten cash, let me take the nails on my word that I would return with a dollar. It went like this: Tucked in the back corner of the miscellaneous hardware room in North Portland's The Rebuilding Center, Oliver gathers some hundred odd nails for the 82 photographs of his friend Joe Vermeire that he is due to hang in the Pearl in less than an hour. As he nears his quota, Oliver checks my billfold and realizes the only paper it carried was records of previous transactions he had made over the last few months--receipts. He thinks to himself: "Seriously Oliver, it's not as though you are going to file these away for taxes or painstakingly deduct the debits from your checkbook ledger, why do you keep them?" He sifts out the remaining nails and contemplates how the ensuing counter interaction would transpire. He prepares for the worst: Swallowing all the nails sideways before making it around the fancy lamp shade case on his way to the cashier. The worst didn't happen. Bashfully he approaches the gal and stands second in line, delaying the confrontation. When it comes his turn: "Just the nails. I'm sorry I don't have cash." "We'll you better for just the nails" "I have my debit card" "I've gotta charge you five bucks minimum" "That's OK." [Oliver slides his debit card across the counter while pondering if he, in fact, actually had five dollars in his checking account. It was nearing payday and this always happens. The big question mark. The timid swipe of the credit card. The fear that this three dollar transaction could actually cost $32 in overdraft fees. Or worse, the dreaded downward spiral of corporate bank raping might be triggered. It involved the steep automated $32 fine for not paying the $32 overdraft fee within 72 hours, which, in turn causes another overdraft fee due to inadequate funds. It had happened before. Also his debit card had been charged $5,200.00 for a burrito in Lincoln City. Computers, gotta love 'em] Oliver thinks to himself "If I only took the time to write down my debit transactions in my check ledger, none of this would be happening." The counter gal shook her head at his gesture of plastic worth. "You just bring a buck in next time" [Oliver smiles, embarrassed by the woman's generosity and humbled by the thought that there are places out there that recognize that their customers are humans and ought not be treated as numbers and/or machines] "OK." "You're not gonna forget are you?" "No." "All right then" [Oliver makes his way outside and hops on his bike that sat corralled in front of the over-priced hipster taco joint, blessed by the good deed of a stranger] It was on the afternoon that I took this picture that I was strolling down Mississippi with my Yashica-Mat, documenting gentrification, that I happened upon The Rebuilding Center. This time, with a dollar in my pocket. I proudly sauntered under the giant plaster trees on my way to the counter hoping to see that kind gal but she wasn't there. I handed my dollar to the man that stood in her place and said, "Here, I owe you guys a buck" He smiled. He understood.
Frosted Pink Hearts Dichroic And Lamp Work Jewelry Set Necklace Earrings and Bracelet
Frosted Pink Hearts Dichroic And Lamp Work Jewelry Set Necklace Earrings and Bracelet
Lovely heart jewelry set. Necklace contains large dichrioc glass heart with the added touch of lamp work glass beads. Earrings and bracelet have smaller dichroic hearts and lamp work glass beads. Hearts are a light shade of pink and lamp work glass beads are clear with a touch of green and a darker shade of pink. This is a precious complete set. Perfect for special occasions and parties. Measurements for the necklace: 12" long, pendant 1" tall and 1 1/2" (at the widest part)has a silver round fancy tab clasp for closure. Bracelet does have elastic for ez slip on and off. All items come from a smoke-free home. What is Dichroic glass? It is the result of placing a multi-layered coating on glass using a highly technical vacuum deposition process. visit my profile for the link to other great handmade items.

fancy lamp shades
fancy lamp shades
Top and Bottom Scallop Shantung Silk Bell Lamp Shade with Fancy Trim in Off White Size: 12" Height
S557 Size: 12" Height Features: -Lamp shade. -Off white finish. -Washer top fitter - connects to the shade by screwing on with a finial. -Fits stardard harps. -Coated frame. -Available in: -11'' Height size. -12'' Height size. -13.5'' Height size. . -Shantung silk shade. -Indoor use. -Top and bottom scallop. -Decorated with fancy trim. -Bell shape. -11'' Lamp shade dimensions: 7'' Dia Top x 14'' Dia Base. -12'' Lamp shade dimensions: 8'' Dia Top x 16'' Dia Base. -13.5'' Lamp shade dimensions: 9'' Dia Top x 18'' Dia Base.

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