Thank you everyone for the kind remarks about Mr. Deanie’s repurposed quirky fun lamps, if you did not see them you can click here. Well Mr. Deanie is at it again and I think this one is a home-run! It is a repurposed, quirky, fun steampunk floor lamp. He used a pan, a vintage Saylor Beall paint container made in Lansing, Michigan, copper pipe and a gauge.
This steampunk lamp is my favorite of all that he has been making. It is interesting and would be a great conversation starter.
First we have this very industrial gage for a finial. It is very interesting and gives you that steampunk look. This gauge was on the paint container.
Then you have this aluminum pan that he spray painted black. He found the pan at Goodwill yesterday and cut off the side handles.
After he removed the riveted handles, he was left with three holes on each side. The really cool thing is that the light shines through these holes when it is turned on. It is an added bonus.
Next for contrast Mr. Deanie used copper pipe for the center of the floor lamp and to hide the wiring. Another score for industrial steampunk!
Then we have this awesome base. It was used to hold paint and you would connect a hose to a compressor to spray the paint. It is marked Saylor Beall Manufacturing, Lansing, Mich. What a great industrial steampunk addition!
I love all the wing nuts, and other valves on this steampunk lamp.
This lamp is not for everybody but anyone who loves industrial, antique and vintage mix to make a repurposed lamp is going to love it. If not, I will have it in my home!
This wonderful steampunk floor lamp will be for sale at Red Door Antiques and Resale in Canby just in time for Junk Refunk Street Market on Saturday, August 19th. We will be taking tomorrow if anyone wants first chance!
I hope you have enjoyed Mr. Deanie’s lamps. They aren’t for everyone but nothing is!
Wishing each of you a great journey in your hunt for vintage junk treasures and make sure to have fun along the way! Remember you are making memories!
Wishing you many blessings in 2017.
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