Slim Oval Glass Table Lamp

by Primrose & Plum
£100
+£5.95 standard delivery
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Product description

Showcasing simplicity, this Slim Oval Glass Table Lamp breathes elegance and style in its delicate design. It comes with a stunning oval glass body with a nickel neck and base. The lamp can be complemented with a linen shade that's sold separately.

The lightweight piece along with the slim design is perfect for modern interior. Place it right inside your living room, beside your comfortable couch. You can also use it as a bedside lamp.

The lamp comes with a 1.8 M black flex, a BC fitting and a 60 watt bulb. It's important to note that the lamp may come with tiny bubbles in the glass. These are made to enhance the beauty of the lamp.

Slim Oval Glass Table Lamp:
H 57.5cm W19cm D10.5cm
H 76cm (as shown with shade)

Please contact us for further information.

Product code:9521
Colours:brown/beige, silver/chrome
Materials:glass

Delivery and returns

This item is sold and dispatched directly by Primrose & Plum.

DestinationDelivery cost
Mainland UK - standard delivery £5.95
Highlands/Islands of Scotland £16.01
Northern Ireland £19.99
Other UK islands £19.99

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About the seller

When Selina and Lisa created Primrose & Plum, they set about tracking down suppliers of fabulous home accessories to make a lovely addition to any home. More about Primrose & Plum...

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