Walsh 25″ Glass LED Table Lamp, Clear/Chrome, Coastal, Bulb Included

This table lamp radiates modern elegance with its glass base and polished nickel accents. Simple, but stylish, the details — an acrylic finial, silk-wrapped cord, and rotary switch — exude luxury. A linen shade completes the design.

Product Features

  • [SATISFACTION GUARANTEED]: Every JONATHAN Y design is created with uncompromising attention to detail, using only the highest quality components. We proudly stand behind all of our products – if you’re unsatisfied with your purchase, please return it within 30 days for a full refund. Based in Soho, New York, designer Jonathan and his talented team of professionals create affordable home decor with high-end designer styling.
  • Glass and Nickel base is simple and elegant
  • 100% cotton hardback tapered drum shade
  • 60 inch silk cord with standard USA 2-prong plug
  • On-off switch on socket
  • Takes one maximum 100 watt or equivalent bulb
  • [QUALITY CONSTRUCTION]: JONATHAN Y table lamps are modern classics, finished with high-end details like our bespoke lampshade, easy 1-way switch and elegant, soft-white LED. Designed to illuminate your home with warm light, this lamp makes a stylish addition to any living room, dining room, bedroom, entry or office. We’ve included eco-friendly LED bulbs that use 90% less energy than incandescents – and our lamps fit standard light bulbs too! Our lighting is ETL Listed and meets 120-volt UL standards for safety and quality.
  • [ENERGY-SAVING LED BULBS INCLUDED]: Compatible with Philips Hue and Alexa smart outlets (sold separately), our included LED bulbs provide soft, flicker-free lighting. Crafted using the latest technology, JONATHAN Y LED bulbs have a lifespan of 25,000 hours. What does this mean? Under normal use, LED bulbs that are lit 6-8 hours a day can last up to ten years. Even under heavy use, our sturdy LED bulbs will still last multiple years. Our high-quality LED bulbs are an eco-friendly energy-saving upgrade over standard incandescent bulbs.

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