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SL019 Authentic Models Campaign Tripod Lamp

SL019 Authentic Models Campaign Tripod Lamp

LIGHTING COLLECTION

The Campaign Tripod Lamp number SL019 by Authentic Models is a part of the Floor Lamps Collection and measures 24L x 24W x 30.7H inches and weights 17.85 lbs. and is packaged in 2 kraft boxes, upc. The mud and sandstone walls hid the multistory palace of Imam Yahya, built in the 1930s. From one of the terraces where we were invited to dine in the evening we could look down some 1000 feet into the valley and the lights of the village. The floor was covered with bright carpets, pots with plants were everywhere, and the light came from candles set on tripods. Over chicken and lamb with lentils, followed by cake and cardamom tea, the Imam explained that the tripods were left by a British surveying expedition in the twenties, mapping the deserts and hills of Yemen. We were impressed by the fact that the metal and wood, combined with saddlers leather straps, still looked fresh and new, obviously a combination of quality and form follows function.

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Part Number

: SL019

Brand

: Authentic Models

Collection

: Lighting

Category

: Floor lamps

Finish

: Honey Distressed French Finish

Material

: Wood & Fabric

Height (inches)

: 30.7

Width (inches)

: 24

Item Weight (lbs.)

: 17.85

Specifications

: Lighting Collection Model: SL019 Item Description: Floor Lamp Dimensions: 24L x 24W x 30.7H inches Item Weight: 17.85 Lbs. Packaging: 2 Kraft Boxes, Upc Carton: 46.1L x 7.9W x 7.5H inches Shipping Weight: 20 Lbs. UPC: 781934569213

UPC

: 781934569213

Carton Height (inches)

: 8.25 / 13

Carton Width (inches)

: 8.25 / 19

Carton Length (inches)

: 41 / 19

Country Of Origin

: India

Availability

: Usually ships in 3-5 business days

The Campaign Tripod Lamp number SL019 by Authentic Models is a part of the Floor Lamps Collection and measures 24L x 24W x 30.7H inches and weights 17.85 lbs. and is packaged in 2 kraft boxes, upc. The mud and sandstone walls hid the multistory palace of Imam Yahya, built in the 1930s. From one of the terraces where we were invited to dine in the evening we could look down some 1000 feet into the valley and the lights of the village. The floor was covered with bright carpets, pots with plants were everywhere, and the light came from candles set on tripods. Over chicken and lamb with lentils, followed by cake and cardamom tea, the Imam explained that the tripods were left by a British surveying expedition in the twenties, mapping the deserts and hills of Yemen. We were impressed by the fact that the metal and wood, combined with saddlers leather straps, still looked fresh and new, obviously a combination of quality and form follows function.

2 Kraft Boxes

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