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April 15, 2004

Bargain of the Day: Tiffany-style Rapture lamp

by Feòrag

Light up the End Times with this Tiffany - style Rapture Accent Lamp RETAIL PRICE: $99.00:

The captivating Rapture lamp has been handcrafted using methods first developed by Louis Comfort Tiffany. The beautiful shade contains 375 pieces of stained glass, each hand cut and wrapped in fine copper foil. Measuring 7 inches in diameter, the shade includes vivid colors in light beige, aqua blue, teal green and mauve. Please note that the shades colors will be darker and less vibrant when not illuminated. Standing approximately 11.5 inches tall, the cast metal base has an elegant bronze-tone finish and boasts one candelabra socket to accommodate one 40-watt bulb. A UL approved Line switch cord allows easy operation.

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1: Posted by: David Firth | April 24, 2004 3:54 AM

So if the rapture actually happens and the enraptured home occupant leaves the lamp on, (1) who is responsible for the electric bill and (2) if the lamp overheats and catches fire does the insurance company have to pay anybody?

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