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Baton Table Lamp

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Item Number: 2078
$385.00
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A graceful interplay of proportion and material, the Baton Table Lamp (2008) was designed to illuminate interiors from traditional to modern. The columnar base has Italian Carrera marble on the bottom, contrasting with American walnut on top. The 100% linen shade is secured with solid brass fittings and seems to float above the comparatively heavy base. With its variety of materials, the Baton was inspired by midcentury Danish wood and ceramic table lamps. Includes an in-line dimmer. UL listed. Bulb (not included): one incandescent 100W. Made in China.

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H 26" Diameter 16" Cord L 8'

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Carrera marble and American walnut base; linen shade; brass hardware.

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