House of Troy Specialty Lamps P14-233-C71 Features: -Piano / desk lamp.-Number of Lights: 2.-Double adjustment arm.-Shade swivels to direct light.-Switch: On base.-Accommodates: (2) T10 incandescent bulbs (not included).-Cord: 108'' brown. Color/Finish: -Antique brass and chestnut bronze finish. Specifications: -Bulb wattage: 40W or 60W. Dimensions: -Base: 5.13'' W x 5.13'' D.-Shade: 14'' W.-Overall Dimensions: 16.5'' H x 14'' W, 21 lbs.
House of Troy Specialty Lamps P14-233-C71 16-1/2-Inch Portable Desk/Piano 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, with its chestnut bronze base and column, 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 P14-233-C71 has an antique brass finish achieved by coloring the solid brass with an application of acid oxide. The finish is then darkened and partially rubbed away, leaving dark highlights throughout. All oxidized finishes are protected with a finish coat of matte lacquer. This House of Troy light fixture has a hinged, adjustable arm that is easily adjustable up to 16-1/2-Inch tall allowing for ample illumination while playing your piano or working at your desk. The P14-233-C71 uses two medium base T10, 60W (maximum) incandescent bulbs housed in an 14-Inch wide shade controlled by a switch on the base. This lamp is CA Title 20 Compliant when used with a compact fluorescent light bulb. The 5-Inch square base has 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.