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Rymark Edison Bulb Floor Lamp

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Overview & Details

Rymark Edison Bulb Floor Lamp
Contemporary illumination is a switch flip away with this elegant floor lamp. It's warm brushed-bronze design complements most décor styles too, making it a great accent lamp in a living room or entryway. Need more light? The 180 degree adjustable arm and 360 swivel shade make it easy to aim illumination where you need it. This will look a little brighter with this lamp standing tall in your home.

What You Get

  • Lamp base
  • Post
  • Filial
  • Lamp body
  • Shade
  • Retaining ring
  • Bulb
  • Instruction/assembly manual

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The Key Specs

Measurements: Overall - Approx. 30" Diameter x 50-51"H Base - Approx. 11" Diameter Shade - Approx. 14-1/4" Diameter x 4"H Cord - Approx. 6'L Light Height - Approx. 31"-43"H
Weight: Approx. 12 lbs.
Finish: Coppertone brushed bronze
On/Off: Rotary
Bulbs: Works with Type A E26 Edison bulbs (Max. 60 watts incandescent or 13 watts CFL) Includes (1) 3-watt, 281 lumen, 2700k Edison bulb
Power: Wall outlet

The Basics

Material Composition: Steel
Assembly: Some assembly required
Country of Origin: China
Use and Care: Dust with a dry cloth


Hip, stylish floor lamp
  • Warm, coppery brushed bronze design blends with your décor
  • Makes a wonderful accent lamp in a living room, dining area or entryway
  • Hand-finished look
  • Adjustable lever tilts radiant light 180º
  • Wide, triangular shade swivels 360º

Edison-style LED bulb
  • Attractive and energy efficient


Rymark Edison Bulb Floor Lamp
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  • Should've seen it coming...

    Cute lamp that's why I purchased it. I should've realized that the light attached on a pole, which balances on another pole would eventually break because of the weight ratio on that pole.

    PRLatinLuvly50, MD
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