Are you familiar with the game of chess? If so than you are going to love our Rook Twin Floor Lamp by Hubbardton Forge. In chess the rook is the most basic piece, able to travel in any space on a chess board, always moving in a straight line. The essence of those straight lines have been captured in the straight hand-forged metal lines that are our Rook Twin Lamp. With a simple grounded presence, place this lamp off to the side for subtle illumination or make it the focal point of your room in a striking radiance of iron and glass.
Hubbardton Forge lighting is handcrafted in Vermont, USA by highly skilled artisans. Every lamp is made-to-order and handmade using environmentally friendly metal forging techniques. Powder coatings and aqueous metal cleaning are used in the production of every lamp.
Base price represents incandescent lamp with 3.54" x 5.24" glass tube shades
Shown as mahogany finish with opal glass
Notice for Customers in California:
California state law requires that all portable lighting fixtures shipped to addresses within CA be compliant with the appliance efficiency regulations at Title 20 California Code of Regulations.
Customers planning to have portable lighting products (ie: Floor or Table lamps) shipped to CA must select the 'CA Title 20 Compliant' option before adding the product to the shopping cart. Online orders submitted for delivery of floor or table lamps to CA that do not include the Title 20 Compliance option may be canceled.
Please note that the additional charge for Title 20 compliance is set by the product manufacturer and not by Vermont Woods Studios.
654/5"H x 111/2"W x 81/2"D
One of the hallmarks of Hubbardton Forge is their beautiful metal finishes. Heat from the forge and other processes result in dramatic textures on the metal, adding to the design aesthetic of each lamp.
Small blemishes and bubbles are inherent in mouth-blown glass and are not considered defects. Due to the nature of the glass-making process, the pattern and balance of color in the glass may vary significantly within a piece and from one piece to another. It is the individuality of each piece that is the artisan's creation.