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What are some different types of Zeus floor lamps?

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One type of Zeus floor lamp has five arching lights with silver chrome shades that match the metal of the pole. The lamp stands on a white or black marble base. Variations are found in the bend of the arches' curves and the positions of the shades.

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Another Zeus lamp has a tire-shaped shade made of cabochon gems. It is a supported on a tripod with legs that are connected by a floor ring. As with the arching lamp, this lamp comes in a few variations. The cabochons can be clear or amber, and the lamps come in different heights.

An unusual type of floor lighting, "Old Times" is a set of three lamps that use columns of aged wood as diffusers. These lamps are mounted on black bases of phosphorized sheet steel. Another Zeus floor lamp, "Star Cube," has a cube diffuser made of opaline acrylic resin, while "Tree" is made to resemble twisting branches. This set is made of metal and supported by concrete bases.

The sets called "Musa" and "Musina" feature straight poles on metal bases with tiny, upturned shades. "Musa" lamps are different heights. One shade is made of white porcelain, while the other is blue glass. "Musina" lamps are the same height, and the shades are made of white porcelain or red or blue glass.

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