Serena's Turquoise Lamp on Gossip Girl?

Serena's Turquoise Lamp on Gossip Girl?

Grace Shu
Sep 2, 2009

We have to admit that we've sort of fallen off the wagon when it comes to Gossip Girl. And while we do miss the smarminess of Chuck Bass and the headbands of Blair, it was that heap of Humphreys that drove us to watch Biggest Loser instead. But we're grudgingly heading back to land of OMFGs to try and find Serena's turquoise and gold lamps at the request of AT reader Elizabeth...

Well, upon further inspection, it appears that Serena's lamps are a vintage find which means that finding the exact same lamps is going to be rather difficult--and probably really, really pricey. In fact, when we compiled a list of alternatives that were remotely similar, the price range was well into the hundreds. Here's our best bets:

Remember Lynn's amazing House Tour from a few years ago? She's the owner of Paris Hotel Boutique, and she's got this vintage pale blue ceramic lamp with gold accents on sale for $325.

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If you don't want to go vintage and have a few shekels to spend, Christopher Spitz Miller makes these lamps by hand. Pictured here is a pair of medium three ball lamps in a pale blue-green.

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If you're in the market for antiques, this 19th century blue opaline lamp from France stands at 32" and comes in a pair. Love the rich color as it would make a bold statement in any room. The pair of them is on sale at LĂ©once Antiques and Consignments for $780.

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Horchow has two more sedate options: This ice blue lamp (left) and the turquoise lamp (right) which happen to both be on sale for $219 on horchow.com.

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If these options are out of your price range, we have two more alternatives:

If you're willing to swap the turquoise for purple, this pair of genie Blenko glass lamps are available on Craigslist for $150/pair.

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Start a petition addressed to Laure to try and get her to put her gorgeous blue lamp for sale.

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