Light up the room with our unique Glenville Lamp. A solid wood, turned base and punched tin shade will compliment any country décor. You can choose both a primary and secondary color for the lamp base to coordinate with your home’s existing interior for a custom designer look.
Made in the U.S.A. of solid pine, we show it in our winter green and antiqued pine finish but you can choose from any of our paints and stains; and it has been wired to accommodate a 3-way bulb for versatility and function.
You may be interested in having a second, contrasting color or stain on certain parts of this piece, such as knobs, drawer fronts, top surface, or the inside backs of display cabinets. If so, please specify the placement(s) and second color desired in the Special Instructions box above.
Primary Color: Winter Green
Secondary Color: Antique Pine (stain)
Measurements: 29"h. Shade 18"d
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