Lamps Plus and Robert Abbey Celebrate 30-Year Partnership with Limited Edition Lamps

Lamps Plus Robert Abbey DeltaThe new Delta Duo lamp design

CHATSWORTH, Calif.-Lighting retailer Lamps Plus and lighting wholesaler Robert Abbey have partnered together again to release three limited-edition lamps, which are premiering at High Point Market. The two family-owned companies have worked together for 30 years. The lamps, exclusive to customers, will be shown in Robert Abbey's showroom, W-244 in IHFC.

Based on the iconic Delta lamp, the new Delta Duo designs are manufactured in Robert Abbey's factory in Hickory, N.C., and introduce a two-tone glaze that is hand-applied to the faceted ceramic base. Three color block options are available: taupe and gray, light and deep turquoise and lily and metallic gold. Each design is topped with a color-coordinated finial and off-white gloss paper shade lined in metallic foil.

"At the heart of it, we prefer to work with partners that operate one step ahead of trends and can execute quickly on producing these designs for our consumers. Robert Abbey has always been a consistent and reliable partner in this sense, combining great design and craftsmanship with great value," said Dennis Swanson, CEO of Lamps Plus. "This new collaboration will hopefully be the first of many exclusive product offerings for"

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