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  • Lawrence & Scott Sakana Table Lamp in Brass
  • Lawrence & Scott Sakana Table Lamp in Brass
  • Lawrence & Scott Sakana Table Lamp in Brass
  • Lawrence & Scott Sakana Table Lamp in Brass
  • Lawrence & Scott Sakana Table Lamp in Brass

Lawrence & Scott Sakana Table Lamp in Brass

SKU: JM-9306-L
$1,000.00
Excl. tax

Sakana Table Lamp in Brass designed by Lawrence & Scott. Our Japanese brass Sakana lamp with two intricately attached flying Fish handles.

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Sakana Table Lamp in Brass designed by Lawrence & Scott. Our Japanese brass Sakana lamp with two intricately attached flying Fish handles.

The Sakana Lamp is allured with its soft, feminine shape and detailed vessel handles. The Japanese brass finish creates an air of sleek, eye catching sophistication.

This flying fish table lamp vessel is made in Japan exclusively for Lawrence & Scott in solid brass and hand finished to perfection, and we finish this piece with hand-turned rosewood cap and stand at our workshop in Seattle. Our textured white silk shade, handmade by our Master Shade maker Amy Tran, comes standard. 

Similar paint swatches include Tulsa Twilight by Benjamin Moore (2070-10) and Redwood Dark Red by Sherwin Williams (SW 2801). 

We also have a collection of yoru table lamps at the workshop.  

brass / high end / highend / japanese lamp / lawrence and scott / luxury lamp / luxury lighting / luxury table lamp / table lamp
Overall Height (in) 24.5
Base height (in) 12
Base material Japanese Brass
Lamp weight (lb) 9
Socket Standard E26 x 2
Shade height (in) 10
Shade width top (in) 12
Shade width bottom (in) 13
Standard shade material White silk
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