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Draper Mid-Century Modern Desk Lamp


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Add classic mid-century design to your home or office with this dual light modern desk lamp.

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An iconic desk lamp design, this mid-century classic illuminates with cool, retro style. It features two satin steel poles extend in a V-shape from a matte black dome base. Black painted, vented metal cone shades adjust vertically and horizontally, rotating 360 degrees horizontally and 90 degrees vertically. The shades drape on the sides to reveal white interiors, and have metal accents at the sockets that are finished to appear like wood.

  • 22" high overall. Base is 7" wide. 21" to 25" adjustable width. Each light is 0" high x 5 3/4" wide.
  • Uses two maximum 60 watt standard-medium base bulbs (not included)..
  • A three-way rotary switch turns on the left or right light, or both.
  • Matte black finish. Faux wood finish accents. Metal construction.
  • Satin steel poles. White shade interiors.
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Can the lamp be plugged into the wall socket?
Pamela L on Aug 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this is a plug-in lamp.
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What a disaster
The Draper lamp looks good in the photo. I was shocked when it arrived. It's constructed out of thin, cheap metal and the two 'shades' had very (very) sharp, uneven edges on the bottom, like an amateur cut them with tin snips. There were rust spots and ding marks on every black area. Overall -- shockingly bad construction and and multiple finish flaws.

Cons: Flimsy Construction
April 4, 2014