These lamps feature spherical elements for a unique style that works in any room design. The globes and bases add curves atop modern, traditional and transitional styles.
The Icon table lamp from Crestview features a marble glass globe, brushed steel metal work, and a white marble base and counterweight.
The Augusta lamp from Wildwood is a handmade porcelain sphere with handcarved texture and pine green glaze. The lamp comes with an oatmeal linen shade.
Globe-shaped white art glass shades top off the Madison Park table lamp, which features a U-shaped metal body with a warm gold finish. Bulbs included.
Lite Source’s Lancy table lamp features a unique curvy tripod design with glass sphere shades. The lamp comes with brushed nickel or plated gold finish and frosted or smoke glass.
Robert Abbey’s Franklin table lamp combines lively colors and engaging geometric shapes. It’s designed to create a cohesive color scheme in any space and/or provide visual impact.
Hammered design and an antique silver finish add depth to Sagebrook Home’s globe lamp to offer a bright and elegant element to any room.
Currey & Company’s Mizmaze was inspired by ancient bronze Japanese vessels that Barry Goralnick interpreted into a brass table lamp. Goralnick brought jewelry-like precision to the composition: even the finial was custom designed, sculpted and cast.