Black Wire Body Table Lamp

Item #: 115073
$49.99 $42.99
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A vintage look for your living room. This wire body table lamp comes finished in black with a cream shade, exuding vintage style with contemporary flair.

  • Table lamp measures 26H in. 
  • Crafted of metal 
  • Black finish with wire body design 
  • Hardback drum shade in oatmeal linen with black ribbon detail 
  • Shade measures 11 in. in diameter
  • Socket accommodates a 3 way, 100watt bulb
  • Clear plug-in cord

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Care: Dust with a soft, dry cloth.  Avoid using chemicals and abrasive cleaners as they may damage finish.  Do not exceed specified wattage.

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Three-way lamp wont hold three-way bulb I love this lamp in my living room, however, one of the reasons why I bought this was because it has a three-way socket. The regular bulb fits just fine but the three-way bulb was too big to fit inside the lamp. It cannot be adjusted at all. I would think that a lamp with a three-way socket would be sized to hold the bulb, but hey, I was wrong. It wont fit inside the metal piece that holds the shade and the finial. I never realized three-way light bulbs were that much bigger than a regular bulb. I wouldve thought that the lamp manufacturer would know that though. April 17, 2013
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