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Elisia Floor Lamp

Uttermost
David Frisch Collection

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Elegant, clean lines are used in this open-profile floor lamp design. Stacked spherical accents are finished in a plated antique brass, displayed on black iron rods. This simple design creates a versatile piece that is easy to place in various design styles. A white linen hardback drum shade completes this piece.

Specifications
Designer: David Frisch
Wattage/Bulb Type: 150W , 3-WAY
# of Bulbs: 1
Dimensions: 66H, Shade 11H X 19 Dia. (in)
Weight (lbs): 22
UPC Number: 792977281888

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