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Robert Abbey Alloy Warm Brass Plug-In Swing Arm Wall Lamp
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Robert Abbey Alloy Warm Brass Plug-In Swing Arm Wall Lamp

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Turn a home office or study into an industrial showcase with this warm brass vertically adjustable plug-in swing arm wall lamp.

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Awash in traditional elegance, this plug-in swing arm wall lamp celebrates an iconic design form while adding fresh updates. A plug-in model that converts to hardwire, it's diverse and convenient as well as enticing. This warm brass vertically adjustable plug-in swing arm wall lamp moves in an upward and downward direction only.

  • Adjusts from 13 1/2" to 17" high x 7 1/2" wide. Extends maximum from 13 3/4" to 25 1/2" from the wall.
  • Round backplate is 5 1/2" wide x 3/4" deep. Shade is 2 1/2" across the top x 7 1/2" across the bottom x 6 3/4" on the slant.
  • Uses one maximum 60 watt standard-medium base Type-A bulb (not included). Dimmer knob on the backplate. 8-foot long silver cord.
  • Plug-in style wall lamp by Robert Abbey. Can be converted to hardwire.
  • Swivel joints at backplate, elbow and shade to direct light. Vertical up-down adjustment only - does not swing left and right.
  • Warm brass finish. Metal construction.
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how many lumens does this fixture put out?
amber h on Jun 7, 2019
BEST ANSWER: It will depend on the bulb you plan on choosing. The bulbs are not included, but this uses one maximum 60 watt bulb.
The description says there is an "on-off switch at backplate." I do see that in the photo. However, there also appears to be a switch above the shade, on the socket. Does this also turn the light on and off?
Tamara S on Sep 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi - I can confirm the switch is located on the back plate. I do apologize, our website will be updated shortly with the correct picture.
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