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Addison Buffet Lamp

Aidan Gray

 
The distressed gold finish on the Addison buffet lamp brings the decorative ornamentation at the top of the stem the feeling it could have been created during the Grand Siècle when Louis XIV made France a center of cultural eminence. But the lamp is a modern manifestation of decorative felicity that will lend a hint of aged artistry to any room. This luminary, which is topped with a round linen shade, is also offered as table and floor lamps.
SKU L879 BFT
Color/Finish Gold
Height 40.25 IN
Width 10 IN
Depth 10 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.8
Box Weight 8.8 lbs
Shipping Box Width 21.26 IN
Shipping Box Height 1.5 IN
Shipping Box Depth 22.8IN
Cord Cover Tea Stain - Fabric Covered
Wattage 60W
Cord Length 6 to 7 feet
Color Distressed Gold

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