- Charles H. Reinike III -
Available by Commission Only
Seafood gumbo is a classic Creole New Orleans' dish. In fact, "Gumbo" is the African word of "Okra," which is the the thickening agent for the stew.
Reinike used the okra plant as the column for the lamp. Shrimp and a crab rest on a bed of oysters. A shrimp finial tops the lamp.
Shrimp, crab and oyster base.