How to build a steampunk ‘table lamp’

The first time I saw a picture of this steampunk lamp, I couldn’t help but smile.

“I think it’s a beautiful piece of work!”

I exclaimed.

But I also couldn’t resist asking, “How did it get made?”

The lamp is actually made out of a metal frame made of iron, with a stainless steel lamp socket attached to the end.

The lamp itself is a large piece of aluminum, about 5 inches tall, and about 20 inches across.

The socket is made out from a thin piece of wood, about 2 inches long, and the metal frame is attached to it by a piece of copper wire.

To complete the lamp, the lamp is mounted on an aluminum tripod with a single wire attached to a lamp stand.

The lamp, as you can see in the photos above, is a huge piece of metal, about 1.5 feet in diameter.

It weighs about 12 pounds.

The bulb is about 15 inches long and 2 inches in diameter, and it is mounted at a 45-degree angle to the frame.

The aluminum base of the lamp stands has a thin, circular base and is wrapped with a cloth to provide support.

When you’re finished assembling your lamp, take a few minutes to take pictures.

You may want to get a close-up of your creation for a better view.

Once your lamp is assembled, you can check out some more photos of the finished lamp.

You can also order the lamp in a variety of sizes and colors.

You’ll want to order a lamp that has a larger diameter than the one pictured, and one that is wider than the photo you took.

You’ll also want to consider the cost of shipping, as the lamps are not usually shipped with a lamp holder.

The larger diameter lamp, for example, will cost you about $150, while the smaller diameter one will cost about $60.

If you decide to make your own lamp, you’ll want a strong base that will stand up to heavy use, as well as a sturdy lamp stand to support it.

To assemble the lamp stand, you will need to cut a piece about the size of a quarter and attach it to the lamp socket.

Then, attach a piece made from a sheet of aluminum tubing about 6 inches long to the back of the base.

This gives the lamp a sturdy, solid base to support the lamp.

Once you’ve completed the assembly, you simply lift the lamp off the stand and attach a lamp socket to the base using the wire.