Handmade Natural Agate LED Floor Lamp, 33” Tall Wood Base #2008NA-004
Exclusive handmade LED floor lamp built with Natural Agate slices set with a clear resin and mounted on a wooden base. An amazing piece of art that went through an extensive artisan process, boasting over 25 pounds of quality natural Agate stone.
Picture this lamp in your home or office as the focal point that every start every conversation. And the more they look, the more details they will see from each angle.
"Every piece is a gem" here at Brazil Gems and each of our Agate lamps is definitely a one-of-a-kind. A lamp of this size requires large Agate slices, which are unique gemstones on their own. Take a closer look and make this one yours today!
- Overall Height: 33" w/ Wood Base
- Panels: 31"H x 8"W x 7.9"D
- Base: 9.5"W x 9.5"D x 2"H
- Panel Thickness: 0.4"
- Weight w/ base: 32.2 lbs
Disclaimer: This is a natural gemstone crystal sold as is and as you see it in its images and video. It is the exact one you will receive. It may contain natural imperfections and/or imperfections and scratches from the extraction, slicing, polishing and prepping processes. Each slice has been hand placed together then a clear resin is poured over them to make a panel. We take every effort to get measurements as exact as possible but they are done by human hands & eyes and therefore may have minor discrepancies. The lighting is provided by LED strips and they are not dimmable. Standard 110V North American power supply and plug provided. There are two switches to turn the LED strips on. One switch for the cold light and one for the warm light. The photographs were taken with both switches on for a blend of cold and warm lighting.
AGATE: Protection - Strength - Courage
The many shades of Agate can offer a talisman for courage through times of sunshine and shadow. It offers protection and grounding energy, enhancing feelings of security. If you are in a season of worry or overthinking, Agate can invite healing energy to your inner world. Agate is formed in the cavities of ancient volcanic rocks. After the rock cools, microcrystal fibers collect as water pools or passes through. The layers build up over time, with different colors reflecting differences in the water’s composition. The result is a colorful reminder of the power of strength built with time.