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Renwil LPT760 Malden 1 Light 16" Freestanding Table Lamp in Rope Detail

Product Code: LPT760
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About Renwil LPT760 Malden 1 Light 16" Freestanding Table Lamp in Rope Detail

This Malden Table Lamp features a contemporary silhouette with country charm. With design details derivative of rustic revival style, two lassos of rope wrap around the smooth, solid concrete lamp base in a striped pattern worthy of the Old West. A crisp white fabric drum shade cleanly contrasts the lamp’s rustic sensibilities, creating a decorative light fixture that’s equally at home in a city loft or cottage.
  • Concrete construction
  • Freestanding installation
  • Number of Bulbs: 1
  • Bulb Base: E26
  • Maximum Wattage: 100 Watts
  • Switch Type: 3-Way
  • Bulb not included
  • Dry locations
  • cUL listed

Key Features & Innovations


W 16" x H 28" x D 16"
Spec. Value
Type Indoor Lighting
Installation Type Free Standing
Width 16 in
Height 28 in
Extension 16 in
Finish Gold
Style Modern/Contemporary
Light Direction Down Lighting
Bulbs Included No
Number of Bulbs 1
Watts per Bulb 100
Total Wattage 100
Voltage 120
Bulb Base Medium (E26)
Shade Shape Drum
Shade Color White
Safety Rated Dry
Safety Listed CUL Listed
Product Weight (lbs) 17
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