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Body Language Lamp Post Mug Holder by Lee Kromschroeder

Body Language Lamp Post Mug Holder

by Lee Kromschroeder

Item No: 8955620020

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Lamp Post Mug Holder holds four of your favorite mugs! Battery powered fairy lights included. Hinged top lifts up to allow for operation of light switch and insertion of battery. Made of metal, painted black. Glass panels printed with fade resistant inks, easy assembly (insert glass panels). Requires two AA batteries (not included). 23 1/4"H x 7 1/2"W x 7 1/2"D

Orientation:PortraitDepth:7.5"
Height:23.25"Product Type:Lamp Post Mug Holder
Width:7.5"Brand:Wild Wings
Lee Kromschroeder

Lee Kromschroeder

Artist
Lee Kromschroeder has been creating worlds on canvas since he was four. Many of these early paintings reflected the interests of other children growing up in Southern California, the ocean before him, the mountains nearby and, of course, rocket ships. But these typical subjects were supplemented with something more. Kromschroeder's...

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Description

Lamp Post Mug Holder holds four of your favorite mugs! Battery powered fairy lights included. Hinged top lifts up to allow for operation of light switch and insertion of battery. Made of metal, painted black. Glass panels printed with fade resistant inks, easy assembly (insert glass panels). Requires two AA batteries (not included). 23 1/4"H x 7 1/2"W x 7 1/2"D

Product Specifications
Orientation:PortraitDepth:7.5"
Height:23.25"Product Type:Lamp Post Mug Holder
Width:7.5"Brand:Wild Wings
About the artist
Lee Kromschroeder

Lee Kromschroeder

Artist
Lee Kromschroeder has been creating worlds on canvas since he was four. Many of these early paintings reflected the interests of other children growing up in Southern California, the ocean before him, the mountains nearby and, of course, rocket ships. But these typical subjects were supplemented with something more. Kromschroeder's...

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