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Bruno Collection Scissor Arm Pharmacy Plug-In Wall Light
Bruno Collection Scissor Arm Pharmacy Plug-In Wall Light

Bruno Collection Scissor Arm Pharmacy Plug-In Wall Light


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You'll love the vintage style of this sleek and classic Bruno Collection scissor arm wall lamp with a pharmacy shade.

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The unique design of this scissor arm pharmacy shade wall light offers versatility and style. You can add new lighting functionality next to headboards or favorite reading chairs with the scissor arm function. The leaded bronze finish has a rich sheen that is complemented by ebonized nickel accents. This wall sconce comes as a plug-in but converts to a direct hard-wire fixture. From the Robert Abbey lighting collection.

  • Overall: 10 1/2" high. Backplate is 5" wide. Shade is 8" wide x 2 1/2" high. Extends 19" to 29" from the wall.
  • Uses one maximum 60 watt standard-medium base bulb (not included). On-off switch on the shade.
  • Mid-Century modern styling.
  • A plug-in wall light from the Robert Abbey lighting collection.
  • Leaded bronze finish. Ebonized nickel finish accents. Metal construction.
  • 8-foot long cord. Cord cover included.
  • Also includes a kit to convert from a plug-in to a hardwired design.
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Where is the on off switch located?
Susan P on Jun 10, 2019
BEST ANSWER: This wall lights on/off switch is located on top of the shade.
Does this move up/down & left/right? Thanks!
Alicia W on Jul 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The arm can only move side-to-side and the shade moves up/down.
Is this available in black as well?
Jeff R on Nov 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I'm sorry, this fixture is not available in any other finish.
You say it takes a 60 watt bulb. Can I use an LED 100 watt equivalent since it uses less than 60 watts?
Harriet L on Oct 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, as long as the actual wattage used by the LED bulb is less than 60 watts, a 100 watt equivalent LED bulb can be used.
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Worth every penny
Delivery took a couple weeks, items were in great condition. Lamps Plus, as usual, was fantastic!

Pros: Well Built, Artistic Design, Area of Illumination

Best Uses: Office, Reading, Work, Decoration
November 9, 2011
I would buy this product again
used for bed reading lamps

Pros: Area of Illumination, Good Size, Artistic Design, Easy to Clean, Well Built

Cons: None

Best Uses: Decoration, Reading
September 11, 2010