A great design for pianos and music stands, from the House of Troy lighting collection. Each part is rolled, polished, buffed, sprayed and inspected for maximum quality. Features a polished brass finish and an adjustable gooseneck arm.- 14" wide. 6 1/2" extension.- Takes two 40T10 or 60T10 watt bulbs (not included).- Polished brass finish.- Adjustable gooseneck arm.- Plug-in design.- In-line switch on cord 6" from clamp.- Felt lined clip mounts to music desk.- Inclues 8' cord.
The House Of Troy Grand Piano 14-Inch Portable Lamp shows that hand-craftsmanship is a time honored tradition, as alive today as the land itself. In this tradition, House of Troy carefully crafts each light for you by hand, to the highest quality standards. This lamp will create a stunning presence in any room and works well with many styles of decor. Showcasing the classic lines of this lamp and cut from the highest quality solid brass, the House Of Troy Grand has a polished brass finish that is polished and buffed giving it a reflective quality. A coat of clear lacquer is applied to protect and seal the finish for a lifetime of use. This House of Troy light fixture has a flexible 8-1/2-Inch gooseneck that is easily adjustable allowing for ample illumination while playing your piano. The House Of Troy Grand uses two medium base T10, 60W (maximum) incandescent bulbs housed in a 14-Inch shade and controlled by an in-line switch 3-Inch from the clamp on the cord. This lamp is CA Title 20 Compliant when used with a compact fluorescent light bulb. The felt-lined clamp base measures 5-1/2-Inch by 2-1/2-Inch and adjusts from 1/2-Inch to 1-Inch, with a factory formed opening for the 9-foot brown cord and polarized plug. The metal components of House of Troy products should be cleaned with warm water and a soft cloth; using soaps or glass cleaners may damage the metal finish. This fixture is sold one per package and is UL listed in the USA and Canada. Tucked into the northern Vermont hills, House of Troy has been producing classic lighting since the mid 1940s. 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.