For frak's sake, I've never seen anyone change lamps this much, yet leave the same two damned coffee table books out in two years!
SERIOUSLY. Change the coffee table. WHO changes lamps and vases like this, yet leaves two large, cumbersome art books out that long?
Details, details, details...
Let's get on with it. I noticed that in order to torture me, the set dressers have yet again swapped out lamps in Sharon's living room. Gone are the rectangular shell/mother of pearl-ish lamps that used to flank her couch, and in are two metal and glass lamps, with round shades. My personal preference with all things Sharon is the more angular and pointy--but as they continue to soften the character, so apparently must the lamps also round out.
Here's a couple screen grabs from Season 3, episode 17 that I thought really showed the lamps well and in detail:
Sorry for the terrible picture of you, Jack. Face-plants are never pretty.
Bonus shot is Sharon's little black swan sculpture peeking out from behind the lamp.
And you can find this lamp at Lamps Plus (and probably elsewhere, but lampsplus.com is pretty ubiquitous). It's called the Alcazar and apparently has mercury glass in it also, which is trendy now and pretty.
"Alcazar" brass pattern lamp with mercury glass.
And as lamps go, this isn't terrible expensive--ringing in at around $70.00.
So, you want a little piece of Sharon Raydor style in your home, this lamp is pretty, trendy--both because of that metal pattern and the mercury glass.
Mercury glass is having a bit of a resurgence. I'm always happy when it does--it's such a pretty glass finish.
Again, I found this easily at Lamps Plus--but I'm sure you can probably track this baby down at a few other online and brick & mortar stores.
Sharon Raydor's new living room lamps.