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Bullock Bronze Hammered Torchiere Floor Lamp

 Style # V6338

A transitional lamp that offers three light levels.

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Brighten a living room, bedroom, or family room with the generous overall lighting of this hammered torchiere floor lamp. The slender metal column is finished in a handsome oil-rubbed bronze while the linen amber glass shade emits a warm glow.

  • Oil-rubbed bronze finish.
  • Linen amber glass shade.
  • Takes one 150 watt bulb (not included).
  • 71" high.
  • Shade is 12 1/2" wide.
  • Base is 11" wide.

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PRODUCT REVIEWS SUMMARY for Bullock Bronze Hammered Torchiere Floor Lamp
Avg. Customer Rating:
4.0 Stars (based on 1 reviews)
100 % of respondents would recommend this to a friend

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:

Artistic design(1), Easy assembly(1), Good size/fit(1)
Not truly A 3-way lamp(1)
Best Uses:
Dark corners(1)
Describe Yourself:
Midrange shopper(1)
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Not a 3-way lamp
By Kim from Clarkston MI on 3/27/2014
Artistic Design, Good Size, Easy Assembly
Not Truly A 3-way Lamp
Best Uses:
Dark Corners
Describe Yourself:
Midrange Shopper
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

I love everything about this lamp except one thing; it's not truly a 3-way lamp. We tried 2 different 3-way bulbs, (one of which we took out of another 3-way lamp and knew for certain worked), and neither of the bulbs worked on more than one setting in this lamp. When you turn the switch at the top of the lamp it doesn't even sound like it's supposed to be a 3-way switch. With my other 3-way lamp, I've on occasion not had a 3-way bulb handy and had to put a regular bulb in. When you turn the switch, the first two clicks do nothing and then the third click will turn the bulb on. This did not happen with my new lamp; it was simply one click to go on and another to go off. This is what leads me to believe it's not even designed as a 3-way lamp. There is an on/off switch on the cord, but this is not the problem. When the cord switch is turned off, nothing at all happens when you turn the switch on the lamp itself. When the cord switch is turned on, you only get one level of brightness when you turn the lamp switch. We wanted this lamp for brightness in a room that already has several other less bright lamps, so it's not such a big deal of us. If we want a lower level of light, we'll use one of those lamps and when we want it super bright, we'll use this new lamp. It's supposed to take up to 150 watts...but of course it's also supposed to be a 3-way lamp, so here's hoping.

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