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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 23-year-old's invention--which rotates a lampshade mould when fitted to the front wheel of an ordinary bicycle--is designed to involve people in the manufacturing process of their own product, which Colliass says should make it more meaningful to the owner.
Inmark Exports Private Limited - A major Indian manufacturer of handmade paper products, paper lampshades, paper string light, paper star lamps, string light , paper gift bags, paper gift boxes, journals, paper packaging etc.
The evil duo of soap and lampshades made from humans are items of mythic proportions, but do these stories have any basis in historical fact?
Robin Williams and her ex-partner Anthony Hull are asking the High Court to settle the matter after they failed to agree on who should retain the cheese grater, a 5-pound lampshade, net curtains and even some empty paint pots.
The transparent and translucent materials would not be a good choice for sky-friendly lampshades.
Interlined triple pleat curtains in Earl Gray Indian silk, pounds 600, from the Natural Curtain Company; Wool Felt Delight Lampshade, pounds 60 from Love Eco
One night this spring a moth flew up toward the lampshade and zoom, right between me and the lamp, Casper flew by and picked up the moth.
The book of Revelation would remain the central source of Morgan's paintings, which were executed on a range of supports including pillows, lampshades, and megaphones for preaching.
Nicole manufactures domestically and imports basic and decorative lampshades under the J.
You also can be assured the new patterns will already be offered in half of the products at the SHOT Show--from deer-antler lampshades to full-camo auto-loading shotguns.
Still others have compared him to Ed Gein (on whom The Silence of the Lambs is based), the serial killer who turned the corpses of his victims into household accoutrements, skulls into soup bowls, skins into lampshades.
Old or discarded lampshades are easy to find at places like yard sales, flea markets, thrift stores, or even along streets where less imaginative people have left them for the trash collector.