Free Shipping on Most Orders*
< Go Back View All Table Lamps

Haze Saddle Handcrafted Southwest Table Lamp

- Style # 3N803
$164.99
  • Free Shipping*
  • Low Price Guarantee

Handcrafted, and topped with a faux hide shade, this Southwest table lamp is coated in a haze saddle finish that highlights the tribal print.

More Details >
Houzz
Haze Saddle Handcrafted Southwest Table Lamp
Haze Saddle Handcrafted Southwest Table Lamp
Haze Saddle Handcrafted Southwest Table Lamp
Product Details

Illuminate your space in American Southwest style with this enticing tribal-print table lamp. A haze saddle finish coats the ornately detailed base, and a faux hide shade rests up top in a complementing paprika hue. Rotary switch for easy operation. Handcrafted and made in the U.S.A.

  • Southwest table lamp.
  • Hydrocal construction.
  • Haze saddle finish.
  • Faux hide shade in paprika.
  • Handcrafted in the USA.
  • Inspired by Southwestern and Western style decor.
  • Rotary switch.
  • Takes one 100 watt 3-way bulb (not included).
  • 30" high.
  • Shade is 6" across the top, 21" across the bottom, 10 1/2" on the slant.

Related Videos

Q & A
Need Immediate Help? Try
Start typing your question and we'll check if it was already asked and answered. Learn More
No questions have been asked about this item. Be the first!
Why did you choose this?
Lamps Plus Store
Southwest room decor
Robert E on Oct 18, 2017
Southwest room decor
Robert E on Oct 18, 2017
Customer Reviews
Review This Item For a Chance to Win $500.00 ! view rules
4.0 / 5.0
1 Review
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
0
1
0
0
0
Beautiful, but a large circumference
I love the design and height of the lamp and shade. I was really surprised by the circumference of the lamp itself. It needs a really big table to look right. It would be helpful if the descriptions of the lamps gave the circumference of them so the buyer could better evaluate how it would look in their home.

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

Cons: Very Large Circumference
January 17, 2014
Back To Top