I just love and always wanted to have the Emeralite Lamp, more commonly known today as a ‘banker’s lamp’.
Its was a nice surprise to come back home from hospital (I broke my arm when ice-skating) and see my dream lamp on the table in the living room.
So lovely to use it in the evening with no any other lights around.
Ifounf this picture on internet on this site-
Harrison D. McFadden was a designer of the lamp.
In 1909 that the first Emeralite lamp was produced
The Emeralite Lamp, more commonly known today as a ‘banker’s lamp’ is an iconic design, characterised by a brass stand and green glass lamp shade.
These unique lamps were originally produced in Czechoslovakia under order by H.G. McFaddin & Co.
I like that the shade does not have any sharp corners; instead, they are rounded giving a truly unique, beautiful design.
The lamp was originally designed with white opal glass on the interior side and a layer of green glass on the outside.
more infor –
Yes, its me. Fell and broke my arm. Few weeks without skating, that’s life.
I may be need something like that lol
Carolina Kostner of Italy performs during the women’s free skating programme at the European Figure Skating Championships at the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield, northern England January 28, 2012. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN – Tags: SPORT FIGURE SKATING)
nice picture and good words, found on internet
cant even to do sewing
I Love Lucy
I always was interested in life of Lucille Ball.
For the first time I have seen ‘I Love Lucy’ on TV when I was 27 years old.
She is my comic legend, beautiful and amazing!!!!
‘Lucille worked as a model and bit-part actress before finding international fame in the Fifties with her comedy series – I Love Lucy.
The show, in which she starred with her husband Desi Arnaz, was so popular that, in 1953, the pair signed an 48 million contract
The book I am reading now.
My husband bought me this book.
Lucy in the Afternoon: An Intimate Memoir of Lucille Ball
by Jim Brochu
A biography of Lucille Ball, written by a fan who became a friend in the last 18 months of the star’s life.
This book reveals little known facts about Lucy. I like rare photos and documented events.
Yesterday I bought 2 books on Amazon.
House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed Paperback – 21 Mar 2002
by Sara G. Forden
and A Field Guide to Fabric Design: Design, Print & Sell Your Own Fabric; Traditional & Digital Techniques; For Quilting, Home Dec & Apparel Paperback – 15 Oct 2011
by Kim Kigh
i am looking forward to read them