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Port 68 LPAS-326-01
- The pineapple was a rare and expensive fruit in the colonies, and symbolized the spirit of hospitality. As such, it was a popular and recurring design motif in eighteenth century decorative arts--and still the sign of hospitality today. The design of the Portsmouth lamp is interpreted from an early nineteenth-century wallpaper in the collection of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. The pineapples are carved into the mold of this tea caddy shaped accent lamp from the Williamsburg collection. Aged brass metal ball finial. Black wood base.
Material: Porcelain, MDF Wood, Metal
Shade: Inverted cut corner soft back shade in off-white linen with single fold trim.
Dimensions: 12" W x 21" H x 9" D