golf club candlestick lampby Jeff Diamond
- the story
A Light Game Of Golf
Let your love of the game light up the table with Jeff Diamond's handmade golf club "candlestick" lamp. True to its name, this lamp's lean, tapered design fits comfortably on end tables and works with most home decor. Crafted from repurposed clubs, each is a one-of-a-kind piece of functional art. A highly original way to watch Palm Beach's famous pastime and every art at play in your home. Handmade in Florida.
Shade may vary slightly from picture.
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- Item ID
- Made from
- linen, metal, electrical components, reclaimed golf clubs
- Approx. 29" H x 12" diam.; 9 lbs.
- UL parts. 60W compact fluorescent lightbulb included. Wipe base with damp cloth; dust shade.
- the maker
"I don't play golf, but have handled more golf clubs than most golfers," grins West Palm Beach artist Jeff Diamond. A dedicated recycler, Diamond repurposed clubs into art in 2006, when he debuted a bowl welded from repurposed golf club heads at the Orlando PGA Merchandise Show.
Received enthusiastically, Diamond's eye-catching structures have continued to amaze. They've appear at PGA events--and art galleries--since since their debut. "People want items that are artful, but they need to be functional, too," says Diamond.
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Comments about GOLF CLUB CANDLESTICK LAMP:
The product idea was great, I loved it. When I got it, it still looked good but as I put it together some of the pieces were bent so they didn't all fit right together I had to bend them to get them to fit.