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Meyda Custom Lighting Debuts Spruce Pine Vanity Light


Yorkville, New York— Highlighted with Spruce Pine Tree silhouettes on its backplate, Meyda Custom Lighting introduces the Spruce Pine Vanity Light featuring four Silver Mica shades designed with a striking pinecone and branch design.  Meyda Custom Lighting, a Meyda Tiffany Company, is a leading manufacturer and designer of custom lamps and decorative lighting.

Custom crafted by Meyda artisans at the foothills of New York's Adirondacks, the Spruce Pine Vanity Light (138197) was inspired by the stunning beauty of Spruce Pine trees which are occasionally grown for Christmas trees and known for their attractive coloring and spruce-like appearance.

The vanity light’s hardware and decorative accents were hand finished in a Mahogany Bronze.

The fixture has total width of 14.5 inches, a width of 35 inches and a depth of 8.75 inches.

About Meyda Custom Lighting
Meyda Custom Lighting is a Meyda Tiffany Company, the nation's leading manufacturer and designer of custom, Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. Although founded in 1974, the firm's roots actually date back to the early 1900s, supplying the Master Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Tiffany Studios with lighting products, and creating the original Coca-Cola stained glass lamps and chandeliers. With years of designing and manufacturing expertise, Meyda Custom Lighting has developed innovations, technologies and value engineering that transcend architectural lighting for any budget or economy, in today's commercial and residential markets.  
The company's diverse group of designers and engineers create custom fixtures, lamps, windows or accessories to meet the exact specifications of any project.  A variety of lighting diffusers include stained glass Tiffanys, mica, fabric, fused glass, sand-carved glass, blown-glass and acrylic.  Fabricators work with steel, iron, aluminum, bronze, brass and copper, while employing a variety of craftsmanship techniques including forging, welding, forming, plasma cutting and soldering. The company's extensive palette of finishes features many textures and colors achieved by employing gilding, hand painting, power coating and electroplating. Convention and energy efficient lamping solutions are available, including LEDs, compact fluorescents, incandescents and more.

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