Delicate and beautiful, the old-fashioned style of the Adella Table Lamp is certain to capture your attention with its lovely glass shade and globe. Metal acanthus leaf feet, openwork rim, and neck have an antique brass finish. UL listed. Requires 100W/23W CFL max. bulb for top. Nightlight bulb included for bottom. Key switch operates 3-way lighting. Shade is 10" dia. Overall, table lamp is 19"H.
• Specify Blue, Green, Pink, or Violet
• Handblown glass table lamp
Chimney is clear at top; lower portion is frosted. Glass shade has subtle ribbed accents and scalloped top; glass globe has diamond design. Key switch operates 3-way lighting (turns on bottom, then top, then both).
If you are shipping this lamp to California: Select the item code that reads "with CFL bulb." This lamp includes CFL bulb(s) per California regulation. It may also be purchased by a customer from any state.
Adella Table Lamp is glass and metal.
Dust with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use polishes, chemicals, or abrasives.
Review Summary (Based on 20 Reviews)
I like the lamps I bought and I am going to buy another set
I was attracted by the lovely blown- glass color and shape. My first Adella lamp was the green one (presently residing on my piano in the living room). I like it so much that I recently ordered another Adella lamp, this time in blue for my bedroom. To me, these lamps add a lovely old-fashioned charm to rooms, as well as being modernly versatile and functional.
The lamp was exactly what I was looking for and the price was very reasonable when compared to other lamps of this type.
I bought the lamps for my bedroom. I have a comforter in a hydrangea pattern and the lamps matched perfectly. They are very pretty. Although the glass has a very light tint, I think that is a better option when trying to match another color in the room. I will say that the lamps were much more lightweight than I expected. My one real criticism is that the glass chimney is extremely fragile and the cup that it fits into is extremely tight without making an adjustment. In fact, I actually broke a piece of glass at the base of the chimney trying to fit it into the cup. Instead of a warning about this tight fit, why not just make it wider?
My wife liked it. So I bought it to decorate my Front BayWindow.
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