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Hand Forging by Thomas F. Googerty

HAND FORGING, lamp, standard, wired, screwed, fixture, pipe wrench, shade, Fig. 121, glass, copper cleats, twelve-section, Fig. 121
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p.190 HAND - FORGING The lamp standard is now wired, and when this is done the top part of the standard is screwed into the top part of the fixture, drawing it tight with a pipe wrench. The shade is now set in posi- Fig. 121. Lamp with Shade of Twelve Sections tion on the standard and leveled so that it will not lean one way or the other. This is done by bending the cap up or down as needed. The glass is cut for each section, and the copper cleats bent over it. A lamp with a twelve-section shade is shown in Fig. 121. The cap at the top of the shade is round

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