Ceramic table lamps – Lamps used for ambiance, decorative accents and task lighting in a room. A classic table lamp can be built with a classic vase or other items, such as blocks of milled wood glued together, a lamp kit and a traditional lampshade. Choosing something to use for the base’s fun. Depending on the base of choice, pick a light kit for a ceramic vase or a lamp kit for a wooden base. Find the rubber stopper of the standard plug lamp kit that fits the top opening of the ceramic vase or other object that you use a base. If you use the soft block of wood, glue them together so that the plug can be glued in a niche at the top or use a screwdriver and screws to the lamp base kit to the base of the lamp.
Push the rod in the middle of the plug, and tighten it securely. Pliers can be used to help tighten. For a wooden base, screw the plug into the plug base. Attach the brass washer and lock nut on the end of the rod. Ceramic table lamps base should be on the other end. Insert the wire rod in the vase or recessed area between the wooden blocks, leaving the socket end up. Glue the socket in place, or if the plug fits tightly the opening, use the rubber stopper only.
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Attach the harp to the top of the pedestal base. Remove the nut from the top of the harp, and place on top of the lampshade. Screw the nut to secure the shade. Insert the bulb, and plug the ceramic table lamps into an electrical outlet.