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Vintage brass finish
Including pleated black shades
- Handcrafted by skilled artisans
- Worldwide Shipment
- Personal advice in our Showroom
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- UL certified lighting
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|Lamp holder qty||2|
|Light bulbs included||Not included|
|Max wattage||40 watt|
|Max voltage||220 - 240 Volt|
|Plug type||Not applicable|
|Fabric composition shade||100% polyester|
|Indoor/outdoor||Indoor use/dry locations only|
HOW TO CARE FOR LIGHTING WITH A METALLIC FINISH AND GLASS OR ACRYLIC
To maintain the beauty of your luxury lighting, we recommend the following simple guidelines. When cleaning a lamp, make sure you unplug the power cord first. Always make sure sprays or liquids can not get in the lamp fittings.
For general maintenance, periodically dust off your lighting with a feather duster or a soft clean cloth, preferably weekly.
Use lukewarm water with a mild household detergent to clean metal finishes. Gently wipe the metallic surfaces, rods and parts with a soft, dampened cloth or chamois. Dry well with a clean, soft cloth. Never use cleaners with ammonia, bleach or hard chemicals and avoid paper towels or scouring pads.
Never use abrasive materials for cleaning glass as they may cause scratches. Use appropriate glass cleaning solutions and a microfiber cloth. If you are using a chemical cleaner, take care not to spill it on any of the surrounding metallic finishes. After drying with a soft cloth, you can use a piece of crumpled newspaper to give the glass added shine and sparkle.
Avoid commercial household cleaners because the chemicals in these products can dull and craze the acrylic. The best way to care for acrylic surfaces, rods and parts, is to clean with lukewarm water and a bit of liquid soap. Rinse with clear water and dry well. Always use soft cloths for cleaning as not to scratch the acrylic.