Jamie Young Natural Crystal in Golden Frame, Green

  • Natural Crystal in Golden Frame, Green
  • Natural Crystal in Golden Frame, Green
  • Natural Crystal in Golden Frame, Green
  • Natural Crystal in Golden Frame, Green
  • Natural Crystal in Golden Frame, Green

Jamie YoungNatural Crystal in Golden Frame, Green

$150.00

Online Inquiries: HCS18_HBAQX

Details
  • Natural crystal wrapped in gold foil under glass.
  • Double mat; 2 mm thickness.
  • Brushed golden frame.
  • Saw tooth hanger included.
  • Approx. 12"H x 16"W; 7 lbs. boxed weight.
  • Made of alabaster and metal.
  • Clean with a soft, dry cloth.
  • Imported.

Please note: Each natural stone will vary in color and shape.
Designer
About Jamie Young:
In 1997, Jamie Young Jeter and David Jeter took a day trip to Mexico, where they filled their car trunk with gardening pots they discovered in a roadside shop. When they returned to Los Angeles, they promptly sold the entire haul to a local florist. Recognizing an under-served market, the two artists began to design and produce their own line of interesting flower pots, only to discover that the rustic, handcrafted quality of the pieces would make unusual bases for lamps—thus the Jamie Young Company was born.

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Jamie Young Natural Crystal in Golden Frame, Turquoise Blue

  • Natural Crystal in Golden Frame, Turquoise Blue

Jamie YoungNatural Crystal in Golden Frame, Turquoise Blue

$150.00

Online Inquiries: HCS18_HBB0A

Details
  • Natural crystal wrapped in gold foil under glass.
  • Double mat; 2 mm thickness.
  • Brushed golden frame.
  • Saw tooth hanger included.
  • Approx. 12"H x 16"W; 7 lbs. boxed weight.
  • Made of alabaster and metal.
  • Clean with a soft, dry cloth.
  • Imported.

Please note: Each natural stone will vary in color and shape.
Designer
About Jamie Young:
In 1997, Jamie Young Jeter and David Jeter took a day trip to Mexico, where they filled their car trunk with gardening pots they discovered in a roadside shop. When they returned to Los Angeles, they promptly sold the entire haul to a local florist. Recognizing an under-served market, the two artists began to design and produce their own line of interesting flower pots, only to discover that the rustic, handcrafted quality of the pieces would make unusual bases for lamps—thus the Jamie Young Company was born.

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Jamie Young Natural Crystal in Golden Frame, Purple

  • Natural Crystal in Golden Frame, Purple

Jamie YoungNatural Crystal in Golden Frame, Purple

$150.00

Online Inquiries: HCS18_HBB0B

Details
  • Natural crystal wrapped in gold foil under glass.
  • Double mat; 2 mm thickness.
  • Brushed golden frame.
  • Saw tooth hanger included.
  • Approx. 12"H x 16"W; 7 lbs. boxed weight.
  • Made of alabaster and metal.
  • Clean with a soft, dry cloth.
  • Imported.

Please note: Each natural stone will vary in color and shape.
Designer
About Jamie Young:
In 1997, Jamie Young Jeter and David Jeter took a day trip to Mexico, where they filled their car trunk with gardening pots they discovered in a roadside shop. When they returned to Los Angeles, they promptly sold the entire haul to a local florist. Recognizing an under-served market, the two artists began to design and produce their own line of interesting flower pots, only to discover that the rustic, handcrafted quality of the pieces would make unusual bases for lamps—thus the Jamie Young Company was born.

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Jamie Young Natural Crystal in Golden Frame, Stormy White

  • Natural Crystal in Golden Frame, Stormy White

Jamie YoungNatural Crystal in Golden Frame, Stormy White

$150.00

Online Inquiries: HCS18_HBAQW

Details
  • Natural crystal wrapped in gold foil under glass.
  • Double mat; 2 mm thickness.
  • Brushed golden frame.
  • Saw tooth hanger included.
  • Approx. 12"H x 16"W; 7 lbs. boxed weight.
  • Made of alabaster and metal.
  • Clean with a soft, dry cloth.
  • Imported.

Please note: Each natural stone will vary in color and shape.
Designer
About Jamie Young:
In 1997, Jamie Young Jeter and David Jeter took a day trip to Mexico, where they filled their car trunk with gardening pots they discovered in a roadside shop. When they returned to Los Angeles, they promptly sold the entire haul to a local florist. Recognizing an under-served market, the two artists began to design and produce their own line of interesting flower pots, only to discover that the rustic, handcrafted quality of the pieces would make unusual bases for lamps—thus the Jamie Young Company was born.

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