Lampshade


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Lampshade

Used to mute the direct glare of a bulb. Fabric shades are stretched over a metal wire frame. Clip-on lampshades attach directly onto the bulb where harps are not available.
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The centrifugal force produced creates a hollow cylinder out of the jesmonite and after 40 minutes of cycling, the material sets in the shape of a lampshade.
Documents submitted to the court showed how, in a series of letters, they argued over whether or not paint pots in the garage, net curtains and lampshades were "joint property".
Use them on lampshades, or sew them around a throw or along the leading edge of a curtain, or on the bottom of a blind.
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I actually started my first lampshade after going to Home Depot and studying the way that stovepipe was joined," said Colucci.
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