Reade Table Lamp
Bare it all.
The Reade Table Lamp is inspired by New York City glamour in the late 1930s. The designer collected vintage lamps and bulbs from that decade and reassembled their parts into an amalgamation that transformed something old-school into a lamp that is decidedly modern. The minimal base leaves plenty of room on your side table or desk, instead of bulkier designs that hog precious surface area. A black powder-coated finish and matching black switch cord finish off the industrial-chic look.
Bulb is not included. See Care & Notes for compatible bulbs.
Photography by Rocky Luten & James Ransom
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