Norma Jean Celadon Brass Ceramic - Mini Cordless Lamp - Made in the USA
SMALL SAGE GREEN CERAMIC ON ANTIQUE BRASS RECHARGEABLE, BATTERY OPERATED LAMP - MADE IN AMERICA
SOLD OUT, COMING BACK IN DECEMBER.For International Shipment, please email for rate request.
This small in stature, tall on performance cordless lamp is of artisan made stoneware design, done in a crackled celadon (cool sage green) glaze and topped off with a tapered off-white linen drum shade. Every piece in this hand made, limited run, is made here in Texas and assembled in our own shop. This cordless lamp solves those hard to light spots anywhere in your home (or place of business) regardless of outlets. This Modern Lantern exclusive design is powered by our mini rechargeable, high performance Li-Ion 12V battery pack. The battery pack easily pops out from under the lamp in seconds, ready for recharging, or purchase an additional mini battery pack for zero downtime. This eco-friendly, low wattage lamp includes a long lasting, warm in color value, 12V LED bulb, for more output consider our brighter 5W LED bulb. Charge up the battery, and light up your home anywhere you desire regardless of cords and outlets!
- 10" Dia. x 20.5"T
- Celadon crackle ceramic body and antique brass metal components with an off white fabric drum shade
- INCLUDES rechargeable mini Li-Ion 12V battery, charger, and warm colored LED bulb
- Provides equivalent output as standard 35-40W bulb (300 lumens) for up to 18 hours on a full charge
- Lamp, shade, and assembly is all made in Texas!
- NOTE: This lamp is custom built and may take up to 1 week to ship
- Overall: 10" diameter, 20.5” tall
- Shade: 10" diameter, 8" tall
- Base: 5" diameter, 1.75" high
- Battery: 12V Li-Ion 2600mAh batteries, includes UL listed wall charger
- Battery Life: 18+ hours per charge, 500+ charging cycles
- Charge Time: Approx. 2 hours
- Bulb: 3W 12V LED, 300 lumens, 2700K, approx. 40,000 hrs. bulb life
- Weight: Approx. 5 pounds
- Designed in USA / Made in USA
- UL/CUL, FCC, UN38.3 compliant
- Patented: www.modernlantern.com/patents