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Cherry Pool Table Light with Stain glass. Cherry with Danish oil finish
I built this cherry pool table light expanded from an arts and craft lamp design I saw in AW. The panes are stained glass. The finish is two coats of Danish Oil. The electrics are hand built by me with three large bulbs built into the center panel, which is angled to support the light when suspended. All of the electrics and hooks are hidden in the top paneled section.
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My only suggestion would be to raise it up a bit. It would be a shame to see such a nice piece done in by an errant cue stick.
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