|Product Depth (in.)||13.5||Product Height (in.)||22.5|
|Product Width (in.)||13.5||Shade Diameter (in.)||13.5|
|Base Color Family||Stainless Steel||California Title 20 Compliant||No|
|Compatible Bulb Type||CFL,Incandescent||Damp/Wet Rating||Dry Rated|
|Features||No Additional Features||Fixture Color/Finish||Walnut/Satin Steel|
|Fixture Material||wood||Harp Type||No Harp|
|Included||No Additional Items Included||Lamp Base Material||Metal|
|Lamp Shade Material||Glass||Lamp Shape||Candlestick|
|Light Bulb Base Code||E26||Light Bulb Type Included||No Bulbs Included|
|Maximum Bulb Wattage||60||Maximum Wattage (watts)||120|
|Number of Bulbs Required||2||Number of Lights||2 Light|
|Power Source||Plug-In||Primary Switch Type||On/off|
|Product Weight (lb.)||10||Recommended Light Bulb Shape Code||A17|
|Returnable||90-Day||Shade Color Family||Frosted Clear|
|Shade Fitter Type||Screw On||Shade Shape||Bowl|
|Style||Classic||Switch Mechanism||Pull Chain|
|Certifications and Listings||UL Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||We will replace defective parts.|
A: No it does not come completely assembled, however, it is very easy to put together. Very nice lamp.
A: Assembly required
A: These are approx.as I did not dismantle the shade for measuring: Widest circumference: about 13 1/4 inches Height of shade: about 6" Hole size: about 6/8" Note the shade has a metal crown on top that makes the entire thing taller, including the round screw.
A: you may email email@example.com for more info about your shade.
A: Look up Adesso online and write to them, I did that with a floor lamp I had and they replaced the part. See if you can get the shade from them, you may have to pay.
A: This question was answered; we are sorry you did not receive the answer. Please do not use 2 x 100 watt bulbs in the lamp. This lamp requires a maximum of 2 x 60 watt incandescent bulbs. It is not safe to use higher wattage bulbs. Thank you
A: I'd go with 60 watt. Never tried with 2 100 watt bulbs.
A: It says 60 watts max each bulb socket, the wattage is what the wiring can handle so the generated heat doesn't cause a fire. If you use LED bulbs equivalent to or higher that 60 watts, because you want a brighter bulb, check the actual wattage of LED bulbs. You can get a 150 watt "equivalent" and it may only actually use 23 watts. LEDs use less wattage to power them. When you shop for an LED bulb they use the "equivalent" to 60 watt, because they are trying to explain the similar brightness to an incandescent bulb. As mentioned, with LED bulbs, the wattage is always lower than incandescent bulbs as they use less electricity. Also note that lumens describe actual measure of brightness and kelvin describes color temperature. LED bulbs state these values and you should do a little research to find a suitable LED for your needs.
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