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This piano lamp by House of Troy is offered in a black/polished brass finish. Requires four 15-watt clear incandescent candelabra bulbs.
4 Light Slimline Grand Piano Lamp
A sleek, modern update on the traditional piano lamp, this Slimline lamp lights up without getting in the way of what truly matters. A felt-lined clamp adjusts to fit over 1.5-in thick surfaces without scratching, and the light itself can be swiveled as needed. You'll rarely find another lamp where function and form combine with such effortless ease.
Sleek Slimline grand piano lamp
Felt-lined clamp adjusts to fit over 1 1/2-in thick surface
1-in x 22-in shade swivels to direct light
10-ft Black cord with in-line switch
Hand-craftsmanship is a time-honored tradition at House of Troy, still alive as the land itself to this day. For 40 years running, handcrafted picture lights and piano/desk lamps have been created to the highest quality standards by House of Troy, garnering them a reputation for excellence in craftsmanship, quality of materials, and customer service. These lights are unsurpassed in the industry.
Function and form; caution required while assembling
By W. G. H. from Cuyahoga Falls, OH on Jul 20, 2010
Elegant and effective lighting for even long, multi-page, music. Provides even illumination. Caution, the brass does get warm to the touch after the lamp has been on for awhile. It is, after all, real metal!
The assembly instructions where minimal, and the danger of bending the brass parts is high. Loosen the nuts, first. Fortunately, two intelligent, careful adults can convert the lamp from the flatten form in which is arrives to the elegant lamp fixture shown on the Web page. The end result is well worth the effort.