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Robert Abbey Octavius Blackened Nickel Steel Table Lamp

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The blackened nickel finish of this contemporary table lamp makes for dramatic, bold accenting in any room.

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Robert Abbey Octavius Blackened Nickel Steel Table Lamp
Robert Abbey Octavius Blackened Nickel Steel Table Lamp
Robert Abbey Octavius Blackened Nickel Steel Table Lamp
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Art Deco, art nouveau and mid-century modern designs influenced this sophisticated steel table lamp, as did stern details of olde stained glass. Its openwork framing in rich blackened nickel finish sits behind "windows" of clear glass that punctuate its architectural feel. Topped by a bold Shannon white fabric drum shade that firmly plants this transitional design from Robert Abbey in the twenty-first century.

  • Sophisticated architecture-inspired transitional table lamp.
  • Blackened nickel finish.
  • Architectural steel openwork structural frame.
  • Clear glass panes.
  • Shannon white fabric drum shade.
  • Art Deco, Nouveau and mid-century inspiration.
  • From the Robert Abbey Octavius collection.
  • Maximum 150 watt or equivalent medium base bulb (not included).
  • Hi-lo socket switch.
  • Base measures 7 1/4" by 6 1/2".
  • 29 1/4" high.
  • Shade is 18" across the top, 18 1/2" across the bottom, and 11 1/2" high.

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I would definitely recommend this lamp. I purchased 2, and was concerned about how they would look in my newly furnished family room. I was delighted when I saw them. They are so beautiful and extremely well made. They were the perfect finishing touch for my family room.
October 24, 2017
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