I was trying to find an octopus chandelier. I saw one, but I could not find it for sale anywhere. But, I found many octopus wall sconces and octopus table lamps in two styles and four variations.
There are a lot of octopus wall sconces available, but they all seem to be these three variations.
This one looks like a blue and purple n octopus tentacle coming through a bronze color porthole with rivets. The sconce is 13 3/4″ high, made of resin on a metal frame.
It doesn’t have to be installed by an electrician. It has holes on the back that can slide over a nail or hook on the wall. It has a cord to plug it in.
Most ship with a vintage look bulb. They have a standard medium base socket.
These sconces come in red or purple. The tentacle comes through a textured bronze looking porthole with four screw heads. The sconce is 10 1/2″ high by 4″ wide , made of resin on a metal frame.
It has two holes on the back and a cord and plug. Just hang it like a picture and plug it in.
The bulb they ship with isn’t very bright. You can use any medium base bulb as long as it doesn’t get too hot. Try an LED bulb if you want more light.
These sconces come with the tentacle in a color that looks like verdigrised bronze or a realistically painted red. The tentacle comes through a porthole that looks like it opens. The hinge doesn’t really work.
The sconce is 13 3/4″ high by 4 3/4″ wide , made of resin on a metal frame. It hangs easily and plugs in.
This table lamp is very realistic looking. It is 7 1/2″ wide, 9 1/2″ deep and 13 1/2″ high. The cord is 42″ long.
It is made of resin, then hand-painted to look like a real octopus. The cord and plug are for US outlets.
These little octopus lamps are made of blown art glass on an antique bronze base.
Each one is slightly different because the glass is hand blown.