instrumental lighting - clarinets
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Hit the Right Note
Seeing an usable clarinet is sure to give any music lover rhapsody in blue. Fortunately, Jamie Cornett breathes new life into well-used instruments by turning them into bright and jazzy lamps. After this clarinet played its last notes, the artist fixed each piece in its own base and a shade featuring sheet music. Sure to make the musician, music teacher or music lover's heart glissando with delight, this quirky piece of home decor gives this instrument a standing ovation. Handmade in New York City using an upcycled clarinet, maple wood base, lamp wiring, and lamp shade.
Exclusively at UncommonGoods.
Unfortunately, this item cannot ship outside of the United States at this time.
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- electrical components, maple, reclaimed materials
- Lamp: 26" H x 6" base dia. shade: 8" H x 10" dia.
- Clean with a damp cloth, dry completely. 60w compact fluorescent lightbulb included.
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