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Currey & Company Girault Table Lamp

$827.20

Product Details
The Girault Table Lamp is carved from beige travertine, the pitting on the surface for which the material is famed bringing a wonderful character to this beige table lamp. The simplicity of the oval forms stacked along its body, the bottom one halved to act as a base, makes this a chameleon of style that will feel at home in a mid-century modern space, a contemporary room, and both transitional and traditional schematics. Given the bone linen shade is fastened to the lamp with a travertine finial, the antique brass finish on the hardware is the one warm element.

 

Finish: Beige/Antique Brass
Materials: Travertine/Metal

 

Lights: 1
Watts per Socket/Item: 150/150
LED Equivalent: Bulb
Voltage: 120v
Socket: E26
Light Source: A Standard
Light Direction: Ambient

Cord: 6.5' Clear Silver
Switch: 3 Way Turn Knob

Shade Detail: Bone Linen
Shade Dimensions: 9.5" x 11.5" x 12"
Finial Shape: Ball

Overall: 20.5"h x 12"dia.
Body: 8.75"h x 5.5"dia.
Neck: 1"
Harp: 8"
Weight: 17 lb

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Shipping & Returns
Some Currey and Company products are subject to a Shipping fee or Delivery Surcharge by the vendor. This product is shipped directly from the vendor to help cut down on delivery time. Sometimes the vendor is out of stock in this case you will be contacted by Meadow Blu customer service for next steps. Furniture & Table Top are not eligible for return and are final sale.
About the Brand
Currey & Company creates chandeliers, lamps, wall sconces, accent furniture and garden accessories. Our original designs incorporate an understanding of historic design with an abundance of imagination. A Currey & Company product speaks of the touch of human hands as well as of the design skills and craftsmanship that have created it. Currey & Company's table and floor lamps come in a variety of materials and styles. Inspirations for these designs often come from the past as familiar shapes and materials are translated into items appropriate for today's consumers. Wrought iron, brass, silver, wood and porcelain as well as a variety of ethnic materials are used to create these designs.
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