Vintage Towle Log Cabin Syrup Mini Kitchen Lamp

$70.00

12" from bottom of base to top of shade / 6" bottom black parchment / 25 watts

Minnesota grocer Patrick Towle introduced Log Cabin Syrup back in 1887. He named it to honor, Abraham Lincoln, who grew up in a Kentucky log cabin. We think both men would be astounded to know how many pancakes their namesake product has enhanced over the last 100plus years. We've upcycled this little vintage tin into a nifty kitchen mini lamp that is 12" high, has a 6" black parchment shade and takes a 25watt bulb.

-- Vintage rectangular syrup tin base
-- 6" bottom new black parchment lampshade that clips onto candelabra shaped lightbulb
-- Lamp is 12" high from bottom of base to top of lampshade
-- All new wiring and lamp parts -- 25 watt bulb (bulb INCLUDED)

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