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Style: Table Lamp [US plug only]

Brighten up any room with this custom table lamp from Lamp-In-A-Box. Personalize the lamp shade with original artwork, photography, or bold graphics to create a statement piece that will add instant style to your home decor. Choose your trim and style for a special, one-of-a kind home or office accent.

  • Dimensions: 20″h x 7″w; Weight: 2 lbs.
  • 120 Volt; Up to 60-watt incandescent light bulb (bulb not included)
  • Available in film polyester, rice paper, and linen lamp
  • Printed with state-of-the-art 14 color vibrant printing with fade resistant ink
  • Includes a 6’ Power Cord with 2-prong USA plug and pull chain

Source: Indian Glories Table Lamp | Zazzle

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