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Three Olives Bottle Lamp by Jeff

Yes, you can have your cake and light it up too! Not only are these lamps really cool but they offer an upbeat feel to any room in your home.

Thank you Jeff for sending us pictures of your finished Three Olives ‘Cake’ Bottle Lamp. Your bottle lamp project turned out fantastic! It’s always nice to work with frosted bottles because they mask all the electrical cord that you’ve put inside the bottle in exchange for the more ambient lighting.

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Recycled bottle turned into a lamp

Three Olives Cake Lamp


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2 Responses to Three Olives Bottle Lamp by Jeff

  • The olive tree is native to the Mediterranean region and Western Asia, and spread to nearby countries from there. It is estimated the cultivation of olive trees began more than 7000 years ago. As far back as 3000 BC, olives were grown commercially in Crete; they may have been the source of the wealth of the Minoan civilization.

  • Walton,

    Thank you for sharing that information. The ‘Three Olives’ bottle has more meaning now.

    Nick

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