Oxblood Porcelain Jar Table Lamp
- 27" to top of the lampshade
- 3-way socket-Led compatible
- 150 W maximum UL Listed
- Bell in Antique White shantung like -Supreme Satin with soft lining 8" x 16" x 12"
Wood footed lamp base
- Oxblood/Burgandy also has healing properties that grant people with immense strength.
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3rd Generation Family Business
We, at Oriental Lamp Shade Company, have been illuminating the world since almost a century. For over three generations, our family has skillfully focused on providing you lamps and lampshades. Because we understand that you spend more quality time in your bedroom than in any tunnel.
With over 85 years of experience and proficiency, your very own Oriental Lamp Shade Company has learned to offer exactly what you'd like, and customize or repair every type of lamp to meet your fondness.
Our esteemed and diverse clientele keeps us going even today. We have handcrafted an endless range of shapes, colors and styles of lampshades to flawlessly match their choices. So if you're looking for a remarkable combination of supreme quality and exceptional craftsmanship, we would like to recommend ourselves.
Well, if you don't wish to believe in our recommendation, how about other renowned sources? We have been honored by the NY TIMES House & Home article "Room to Improve," along with other magazines and newspapers.