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And Then There Was Lamp.

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Every night at 10pm, the Eiffel tower lights up in a flash disco-like white lights for 10 minutes, adding even more luminescence to the famed city of lights. It is truly a sight to behold. Now you can bring some of that famous light into your own home with the Tour Eiffel lamp. Bent to the will of man-made ease, this lamp by Studio Job offers a taste of foreign delight that will add great character to any franc-friendly home. Traveling to Paris these days is more expensive than ever, so why not keep a piece of it nearby, if only to serve as a motivator for future travels.

Courtesy of Furnish Burnish.

Written by Matia A. Guardabascio.↓

Matia Guardabascio (n.): editor at large; a spirited, Boston hooligan with the flair of a poet, and the soul of a wise sage.

About Matia G.

Matia G.
Matia Guardabascio is a proud citizen of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and a graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in both English and French Literature. As the daughter of a musician and a school teacher, Matia grew up in a musical household with parents who made a concerted effort to instill in her the value and importance of the arts. She is a music enthusiast, an avid reader, a writer of prose and poetry, a traveler, and an enthusiastic imbiber of red wine. The piano is her favorite instrument, followed by the drums, and she loves Impressionist artwork, especially because she doesn't need to wear her glasses to see what's going on. That's right, the glasses are not for show. She wears tri-focals because she reads too much, or as her good friends might say, she actually 80-years-old.

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