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Currey & Company Woodville Table Lamp


Product Details
During the swinging 1960s, the Woodville Table Lamp would have been a futuristic design. Today, it is classically modern. Ian Thornton was manipulating conical shapes and metal discs when he came up with the chic profile of this tan table lamp. The grain of the ash wood is enhanced by the classic honey finish, and the antique brass finish on the metal draws out the darker tones in the fingerprints of the natural material. The grasscloth shade, perfectly in scale with the base, is in sync with the paler tones in the wood.


Finish: Classic Honey/Antique Brass
Materials: Ash Wood/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' Clear Silver
Switch: 3 Way Turn Knob

Shade Detail: Grasscloth
Shade Dimensions: 9.5" x 11" x 17"
Finial Shape: Inverted Cone

Overall: 30.25"h x 17"dia.
Base Dimensions: 1.5"h x 8.5"dia.
Body: 17.25"h x 3.5"dia.
Neck: 1.5"
Harp: 8"
Weight: 10 lb

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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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