Bronze Resin Uplight

Item #: 125379
$12.99 $9.97
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For a touch of light in a specific spot of your home, this Bronze Resin Uplight will do just the trick. It’s the perfect accent light for dark corners or shelves.
  • Uplight measures 12H in.
  • Crafted of resin
  • Bronze finish
  • Pedestal base
  • Frosted glass shade measures 6H x 5.5 in. in diameter
  • Socket accommodates a 25-watt, type B bulb
  • Features a brown plug-in cord and on/off switch
  • Care: Dust with a soft, dry cloth. Do not exceed specified wattage.

Contact your local Kirkland's store for availability. Quantities and selection may vary by location.

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Is this a touch lamp?

Asked by: Anonymous
No. These are electric lamps, there is an on/off switch in the cord.
Answered by: BGKitchen
Date published: 2017-05-13

How do you put a bulb in this lamp?

Bought one of these at the store with no box or directions and the sales girl took the bulb out without me knowing. I can't figure out how you put another in here.
Asked by: Anonymous
I use nightlight bulbs in my lights. I have no problem putting them in with the light assembled? The pieces used to assemble the lights are plastic, I would be aware of wattage of light you use (i.e. the nightlight bulb).
Answered by: BGKitchen
Date published: 2017-05-13
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