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Ellis Natural Rubberwood Table Lamp
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Ellis Natural Rubberwood Table Lamp


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A tapering post is a subtle accent for this transitional table lamp with a natural finish.

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Offering illumination to a rustic or casual living space, this transitional table lamp shows off accessible shapes and a natural finish. Perfect for ambient lighting, this lamp offers a square base and simple post body, each in rubberwood with a natural finish. This appealing design is capped with a crisp white drum shade.

  • 21" high overall. Square base is 6" wide. Shade is 12" high x 8" wide.
  • Uses one maximum 60 watt bulb (not included). On/off rotary switch.
  • Transitional wood table lamp. Part of the Ellis collection by Adesso.
  • Natural rubberwood finish. Natural rubberwood base.
  • White Paris linen shade.
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Nice, simple lamp
Very simple, nicely done. Didn't receive a CFL bulb as described, but not a fan of CFL anyway. Just wish it had a three way switch.
March 8, 2019
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over 2 years ago
Response from Lamps Plus
Hi Peter L., we apologize for any inconvenience. Just to confirm, this design does not come with a bulb included. However, our customer service team would be happy to provide some bulb recommendations for you. Please reach out to them via phone, email, or chat. Thank you.
March 8, 2019
Heather W. Staff