Sunday, September 19, 2010

Nightmare Before Christmas Lamps

     Over the last couple years, Neca has realeased some exquisite Nightmare Before Christmas lamps that vary in style and colour. Some, such as the Tiffany Touch Lamp can command very high bids on Ebay and are only available for sale through the secondary market. There are some more recent lamps out, such as the "Head In Hand Figural Lamp", that can still be found in some retail stores. These are all very well made and I would definitely recommend them for any serious Nightmare Before Christmas collector!

     Neca has produced two exquisite tiffany style lamps; Tiffany Lamp Style A & B. Both are intricately made out of stained glass. Each have an on/off switch attached to the cord. They are beautiful to display on or off.


      Also one of the earlier releases, Neca produced thisThe Nightmare Before Christmas Touch Lamp in 2006 and now it has come to be one of the rarest of the Neca Series Lamps. The scene is beautifully depicting Jack amongst the forest, where he finds the holiday doors leading to Christmas Town. It also has three different shades of lighting: dim, medium and bright, which is a very practical feature to the piece.


The Jack Head Tiffany Lamp is a piece of art in itself. The detail that went into the making this piece is definetly something for Neca to be proud of. This lamp was released in 2007.

     This figural lamp is one of the newer releases from Neca. It is extremely nice quality. The entire arm holding Jack's "Head in Hand" is pewter and is very sturdy. Jack's head tops off the piece made of high quality frosted glass.


     This Nightmare Before Christmas Neca Lava Lamp takes us to Oogie Boogie's Lair where Jack must save Santa Clause and Christmas. It was an earlier release and is a personal favorite of ours. It is made of solid resin with amazing attention to detail.

11 comments:

  1. I have the lava lamp & the bulb burnt out. I can't seem to find another that will do the proper job. Any suggestions?

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  2. Well we still have the original bulb from Neca in our lava lamp. It is a type R, 40 watt bulb that you can pick up from any hardware store. I hope that helps, thanks for reading!

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  3. I have the lava lamp and was interested in how much it is worth? If any one knows please email me! c.chaoshair@gmail.com

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  4. I to have the lava lamp! Love it

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  5. I want to but the lava lamp does anyone know where or who may have one for sale?

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  6. I have been looking everywhere to purchase one! where do you get them from!?

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  7. I have one for sale. email me. kristacarruthers@yahoo.com

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  8. how much do they cost??

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  9. Where can I purchase one of these

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  10. We have a lamp that has a screw-in bulb fitting that is not available in the UK. Not to mention had a to buy a transformer to get it to take the voltage here!

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  11. I would like the tiffany lamp in Sally

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