The lamp was printed on a Robo3D C2 3D printer with a wood infused PLA filament. The base took about 20 hours. The stopper that helps keep the shade off the bulb took about 10 hours. The shade instead took about roughly 5 days to print. After printing each part, I went through a sanding and clean-up phase. The base where the bulb and socket is, was coated in a wood stain over 3 times to bring out the wood like qualities of the filament. It was then coated in a resin to clean up the layer-lines and seal the stain. The shade in stopper was painted with white gesso and then painted with white acrylic paint.
The lamp stands roughly 10 inches off the table.