Joining the Forget-Me-Not Table Lamp in gold leaf finish and a black shade is the Forget-Me-Not Silver Table Lamp with gleaming silver leaf-finished stems that hold luxuriant beveled optic crystal buds. Other notable details on this crystal lamp include a crystal finial and stacked base, and a white drum shade in perfect proportion to the spray of crystals. Tom Caldwell designed these luminous lamps.Specifications Finish: Silver Leaf/Clear Materials: Metal/Optic Crystal Height: 33.75in Diameter: 19in Weight: 20lbs Lights: 2 bulb(s) Watts per Socket: 75 Watts Voltage: 120 Amps Socket: E26 Suggested Bulb: A Standard Cord Length: 6 inch(es) Switch Style: 1-Way Cord Switch Shade Detail: White Shantung Shade Top Diameter: 19 inch(es) Shade Bottom Diameter: 19inch(es) Shade Height: 9 inch(es) :
Height: 33.75 in
Depth: 19 in
Weight: 35 lbs
Finish: Silver Leaf/Clear
Material: Metal/Optic Crystal
Max Watts: 150
Recommended Bulb: A Standard
Bulb Included: Bulbs not included
Switch Style:1-Way Cord Switch
Cord Length: 6 inches
All reduced items are non-refundable unless noted.
Currey & Company’s items are in stock at their warehouse in Georgia. Please allow 2-3 days for your order to be processed and 5-7 days for the order to ship.
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Please comply with the following procedure diligently upon delivery of your order:
Upon delivery, inspect the contents of the order immediately. Inspect all deliveries with the delivery driver present.
Notify your carrier immediately to report any damage or shortage.
Freight damage must be noted on the delivery receipt. Failure to notate such damage will result in your loss. Releasing the delivery driver and signing delivery receipt "Subject to inspection", may result in your loss.
If such a loss or damage does occur, save the carton and packing material.
Notify Willow & Albert Home immediately to report any damage or shortage. We will not be liable for damages reported after five business days post-delivery.
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