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Naval Gourd-Shaped Table Lamp with Alabaster Shade

Naval Gourd-Shaped Table Lamp with Alabaster Shade

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An alabaster glass dome shade beautifully completes this Naval blue gourd-shaped glass table lamp.

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From the Color + Plus™ collection comes this stylish Naval blue glass table lamp with alabaster glass dome shade. The slim profile design has a classic gourd shape, and is hand-crafted by experienced artisans in our California workshops. A warm bronze finish pedestal base, metal accents, and twin on/off pull chains complete the look. U.S. Patent # 8,899,798.

  • 21 1/2" high overall. Base is 8" wide. Shade is 5 3/4" high x 15 3/4" wide.
  • Uses two maximum 75 watt bulbs (not included). Twin on-off pull chain switches.
  • Hand-crafted gourd-shaped glass table lamp from the Color + Plus™ collection.
  • Designer Naval blue color tone. Bronze finish accents.
  • Alabaster glass dome shade. Round pedestal base.        
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Nice lamp but lacking in good quality and design
Lamp came quickly but not packaged with great care. Looks good in it's location. Only two problems: The base is not solid and has no flat surface on the bottom, and the silicon feet applied to the edge want to fall off since they don't have a flat surface to stick to. The shade is rather shallow and any type of bulb used shows out the bottom unless the lamp is placed somewhere low where you're always looking down on it. The hole drilled in the top of the shade is rough with unfinished edges further displaying the quality of craftsmanship and attention to detail.
April 20, 2019
over 2 years ago