Trio Floor Lamp - Wal-Mart

Trio Floor Lamp - Wal-Mart
Three blackened-steel legs give this floor lamp a contemporary, airy design. Topped by a white fabric shade * Steel base with black finish * 61" H * 3-way switch * Lamp uses a 150 watt bulb, not included * UL and CUL listed
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