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House of Troy BPLED200-617 Battery Operated LED Piano Lamp, Black and Brass Finish

Our Price: $351.00

Product Code: 121228

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House of Troy BPLED200-617 Battery Operated LED Piano Lamp features an elegant Black and Brass finish. For convenience, you can move this anywhere you need it with its cordless battery operated operation. It uses four (4) ā€˜Cā€™ batteries (not included), and illuminates up to 40 hours. The BPLED200-617 is 14IN wide x 14IN tall, and has a 3.5IN x 7IN base. The BPLED200-617 comes one per package, includes a 4.5W LED module (approximately the equivalent to a 40W incandescent). The switch is located on the base. Tucked into the northern Vermont hills, House of Troy has been producing classic lighting since the mid 1940s. The company was founded across the Vermont border in Montreal in 1947 by Everett Bailey. Though off the beaten path and far from the spotlights of the big cities, the House of Troy reputation burns brightly. For nearly sixty years, the company has been offering lighting known for its craftsmanship and quality. House of Troy has been manufacturing lighting products for over fifty years. Our Classic and Slim-Line picture lights, made in Vermont, have been recognized as the industry standard, known for their quality craftsmanship and reliability. When purchasing a House of Troy product you can be assured of receiving superior customer service and a quality product. House of Troy designs and crafts all of its products to assure lasting performance. Although many of its products continue to be designed and manufactured in Hyde Park, Vermont, the company also sources parts and products worldwide in order to provide the best possible value to its customers.
    • 14IN wide x 14IN tall, and 3.5IN x 7IN base
    • Includes an energy efficient 4.5W LED (equivalent to approx. a 40W incandescent)
    • Black and Gold finish
    • Requires four (4) 'C' batteries (not included)

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