FROM OUR TIFFANY COLLECTOR'S SERIES !! A very beautiful and well made examples of Tiffanys popular use and depictions of his beloved Peacock motif. Peacocks in design our found everywhere, their iridescent feathers and decadent beauty inspire decorative beauty. In India, where peacocks originally come from, they were a symbol of royalty. The peacock continued as a favored motif into the Art Nouveau era and Louis Comfort Tiffany used the iridescence to emphasize the decadent aspect of the bird's exquisite beauty. Peacocks remain a popular motif today as both design image and as a representation of nature. Lamp features an Iron and Polyresin base with shade materials of Glass , Copper and Lead. The lamp weighs 14.3 lbs. Bulbs 3 E27/26 up to 60 watt ( not included). Item is UL listed, 110 volt and item features a pull chain on off switch. Inspired by the designs of Louis Comfort Tiffany. A great American artist best known for his work in stained glass and his association with the Art Nouveau and Aesthetic movements. Tiffany was affiliated with a group of American designers of the time known as the Associated Artists. These artists brought recognition to the Americas from Europe and World who finally recognized the talent and this original American Art form. We are proud to carry on the tradition and offer this quality Functional Art Collection by making them available and affordable to the public and not just viewed in Museums or hidden in collectors vaults.