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NEW IDEAS FOR OLD TRADITIONS.

Deck the Halls, and Mantel Too

...with Cresswell Lighting's delightful Holiday Welcome Lights, which give the appearance of being hand-carved. Santa, a jolly snowman and a smiling Christmas angel hug electric "candles" that never melt, drip or present a fire hazard. Cresswell Lighting is based in

Ellwood City, Pa.

Something to brighten up the corners

Based in Stuttgart, Ark.,

Kinder-Harris makes this Legend

Collection corner wall bracket

with a crackle finish accented with gold. Its distinctive Old World detailing and "antique" patina will add charm to any traditional or eclectic home interior.

For Christmas: A Special Tree

To inspire holiday shoppers, Catalina Lighting offers this heirloom-in-the-making stained-glass Christmas tree light. The perfect Yuletide accent piece, its leaded "branches" and jewel-like glass-bead "ornaments" will add elegance to any tabletop or mantel.

Raise a Few Spirits

...with Yamagiwa USA's Designer Collection

K-Series table and floor lamps by Shiro Kurama. They're formed of acrylic, with incandescent frosted bulbs.

A Timeless Lamp

for a timely touch

The graceful, simple lines of early American furnishings inspire this floor lamp offered by Colonial Williamsburg. Its clean-lined shade atop a slender but sturdy wrought-iron base is stylistically versatile enough to work with almost any interior scheme.

Warm Up the Yuletide Nights

The RC Co., based in Rush City, Minn., makes these cheery box lights to add an extra glow to holiday celebrations. Yuletide motifs include a smiling snowman, stylized tree and procession of kings riding camels under a Christmas star.
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Publication:HFN The Weekly Newspaper for the Home Furnishing Network
Date:Jun 28, 1999
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