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Chalton 2-Light Real Mica Shade Table Lamp by Dale Tiffany

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For the home or office, this Arts and Crafts-inspired table lamp features a shade using real mica material.

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Chalton 2-Light Real Mica Shade Table Lamp by Dale Tiffany
Chalton 2-Light Real Mica Shade Table Lamp by Dale Tiffany
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This distinctive Arts and Crafts-inspired urn table lamp features a metal body with a crisp, shapely silhouette, and a metal-framed, conical shade topped with a vase cap and finial. A dark antique bronze finish gives the base and shade an authentic period look, and a floating leaf pattern graces the shade background of bright orange amber mica mineral shade crafted from real material. The mica used may vary slightly in color and pattern from piece to piece due to its natural properties. From Dale Tiffany.

  • 20" high. Base is 8" wide. From base to bottom of shade is 13". Shade is 2 1/2" across the top x 16" across the bottom x 6 1/2" high.
  • Uses two maximum 75 watt standard-medium base E26 bulbs (not included). Twin on-off light pulls.
  • Arts and Crafts-inspired urn table lamp by Dale Tiffany.
  • Conical mica mineral shade with leaf pattern. Real mica material is bonded to a clear styrene backing.
  • Mica material may vary slightly in color and pattern.
  • Dark antique bronze finish. Metal construction.

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The description of this lamp claims the shade is mica glass. Truth is, it is mica PLASTIC. Feels cheap and looks cheap, all for the bargain price of [$]. These are going back.
May 19, 2018
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7 months ago
Response from Lamps Plus
Hi Shannon R., we appreciate the feedback. We have reviewed with the manufacturer, and they have confirmed that the shade in this design is an authentic mica shade, which is not constructed from glass. Instead, they are made by adhering real mica mineral to a styrene backing. When handling the shade material, any "plastic" sound and texture is from the styrene material. Rest assured, there is authentic mica mineral on the shade of this design. We apologize if there was any misunderstanding regarding this information. If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to our customer service team via phone, email, or chat. Thank you.
May 21, 2018
Heather W.
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