The lamp on the right is sold, but the lamp on the left, well…THAT one is stunning, and waiting for a forever home to beautify.  Its wheel-thrown stoneware base is impressed with the vine and leaves of oak ivy, and accented with lots of little red clay “berries.”  Glazed in luscious copper celadon with red-iron oxide on the geometrical point pattern at the base and rim.  The shade is a work of art in itself–made by Sue Johnson out of Berkeley, CA, it is an octagon of mica with piping made to match Suzanne’s glaze colors exactly, and touches of dried pepperberry leaves.  The lamp stands 23″ from table-top to finial, and the shade is 20″ wide from tip to tip. -BOTH SOLD- TAKING ORDERS