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The Better Homes and Gardens Ornate Footed Table Lamp Base makes decorating an easy experience. The traditional look of this lamp base will blend into any decor and bring a sense of sophistication and effortless style to any home.
Better Homes and Gardens Ornate Footed Table Lamp Base, Dark Brown:
- Decorative design
- Plastic base with dark brown finish
- 3-way turn knob
- 19" overall height
|Brand:||Better Homes and Gardens|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||4.75 x 4.75 x 19.00 Inches|
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- You can either by a lamp harp to go on the base and use the standard lamp shade or you can by a UNO fitting lamp shade which needs no harp, the lamp shade fits on the part where the light bulb goes then once you screw in the light bulb it helps hold the shade in place. We bought the Better Homes and Gardens Script Square Lamp Shade for this baseby cvchester5/17/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Ones that utioize a harp and not ones that have a brace that sits on the bulb base socket. We found a fairly good selection right at the WalMart store where we picked them up, but you can probably get shades from most anywhere. Additionally, we bought adjustable hieght harps to use. That gives you a little more leeway in buying shades and light bulbs, i.e, incandescant vs. florescant.by horseman19514/25/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?