Vintage SunMaid Raisins Tin Kitchen Lamp
Lamps made from vintage tins not only provide light, they usually have stories to tell and/or history to teach. We're all familiar with Sun-Maid Raisins, of course, but did you also know that the brand began in 1912 as a California grower-owned cooperative. In 1916, Lorraine Collett, a farm worker, posed for a painting that became the company's trademark and Lorraine is now one of America's most recognized product symbols. This one-of-a-kind lamp is 17" high, has an 8" bottom fabric shade and takes a 60watt bulb.
-- Vintage Sun-Maid Raisins Tin Mounted on Base
-- 8" bottom new fabric lampshade that clips onto a regular lightbulb
-- Lamp is 17" high from bottom of base to top of lampshade
-- 60 watt max.
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