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Dale Tiffany TF90216 1 Light Crystal Peony Floor Lamp In Antique Golden Sand with Hand Rolled Art Glass Shade

Dale Tiffany TF90216 020258089114

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    The pastel pink and purple peonies on this magnificent floor lamp will bring springtime to your home year round. The abundant blossoms are set against a light yellow background. Prismatic crystal jewels are set throughout the shade for extra sparkle. The shade is suspended from a graceful downbridge that is wrapped with amber crystal leaves. The stately base stands a full 60” in height, making this an excellent reading lamp. The base is finished in antique golden sand that ensures it will blend into any décor. As much a functional piece of lighting as it is an elegant showpiece, this lamp will soon become one of your family’s favorites.

    Product Features :

  • Weight : 19.7 lbs
  • Length : 19.5 Inch
  • Height : 60 Inch
  • Width : 19.5 Inch
  • Shade : Hand Rolled Art Glass
  • Material : Resin, Metal
  • Socket : Onoff
  • Number of Bulbs : 1
  • Bulb Type : E27
  • Wattage : 100
  • Switch : Foot Switch
MPN TF90216
UPC / GTIN 020258089114
Manufacturer Dale Tiffany
Finish Golden Antique
Lighting Type Tiffany Lamps
Bulb Base On/Off Line
Bulb Type E27
Number Of Bulbs 1
Max Wattage 100
Material Poly Resin/Metal
Length 19.50
Width 19.50
Height 60.00
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