Quoizel NX615FVA Valiant Bronze Two Light Floor Lamp from the Museum of New Mexico Collection

Item #: BCI1100268
Discontinued

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Technical Specs

Bulb Base Medium (E26)
Bulb Type Compact Fluorescent, Incandescent
Energy Star No
Height 62
Light Direction Down Lighting
Number of Bulbs 2
Suggested Room Fit Bedroom, Dining Room, Living Room, Office
Switch Type Multi Way
Theme Traditional
Wattage 120
Watts Per Bulb 60
Width 17

Two Light Floor Lamp from the Museum of New Mexico Collection

In 1920, Museum of International Folk Art founder, Florence Dibell Barlett first visited New Mexico and stayed at the well-known San Gabriel Ranch. In the 1930's she bought and lovingly restored the 70-acre ranch renaming it El Mirador. Ms. Bartlett loved bright colors and light-filled rooms so she added a number of stained glass windows. The glass maker adapted her favorite Native American beadwork patterns into the designs. The window over the front door provided the inspiration for this piece.

  • Two light up lighting floor lamp
  • Featuring a square mica tiffany glass shade
  • Requires 2 60w Medium base bulbs (not included)
  • Dimensions: H 62", W 17"
  • Two-Circuit Switch Type with 12 feet of wire

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Our SKU: NX615F

This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):

  • Valiant Bronze*
    NX615FVA

*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued

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Quoizel Museum of New Mexico Collection

The inspiration for the design came from the collections at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture in Santa Fe, NM, and is modeled after the patterns in Native American pottery, textiles and jewelry. Diamonds figure prominently in all types of Navajo weaving and have become the one symbol most often used to create a Southwestern feel to works of art. Translating the design to Tiffany glass changes the feel of the motif and places it more in the Arts & Crafts style. This lighting product may have

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Warranty Info

Warranty

QUOIZEL, Inc. Warrants that this product will be free of electrical defects for the lifetime of the original owner. Should any electrical part (wiring, switches, sockets, pugs, or the like) fail through any defect in materials or workmanship during the life of the original owner, QUOIZEL will repair or replace (at our option) the item free of charge. Shipping is the responsibility of the owner.
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