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I have no idea what your furniture looks like, but definitely the taller one, unless you have a specific situation you have to accommodate e.g. a huge artowrk on a wall and you don't want the globe obscuring anything.I am pretty sure the 45" tall one is meant to be placed next to a table, or a recliner, to be used as a reading light of sorts. The design is very visually "light", if that makes any sense.Do note that the actual entry opening for the bulb into the glass globe...
Go with the 6 foot. I was pleased with the fit and finish of my IC pendants, and the brass has a sandblasted finish, so fingerprints don't show too obviously. I somehow missed all the baby talk - congratulations.
How about...Flos IC floor LampAnd something a little different:
Foo - those 3 lamps are designed to cast very different patterns/moods of light. One is basically only mood lighting, and another is almost a reading lamp. What will this be used for?
You've sort of answered your own question...
I really really really hate it when function gives way to form, as happens so often with these "designed" things.
Cartier Tank, Reverso Lady, or Omega Constellation lady.Alternatively, if her tastes run to the eclectic side of the spectrum a Mondaine Swiss Railways or Nomos might fit the bill.
^ Agreed. Great find.
Am pretty sure from memory (when I was ring buying) that WG is harder than YG, but RG is the toughest of all 3 gold colours.
It's not as simple as self appointed purists decrying any and all redialing no matter the circumstances. The problem is that most redial jobs are horrible, and definitely do not fall under the umbrella of "restoration". That Breguet was restored (not "refurbished") by a specialist who was likely partly/wholly museum trained. Not the same as your usual redialer. And the price it achieved reflects that in part. For your usual redial however... Original materials/methods...
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