Molino Lamp, Dove Gray Molino Lamp, Dove Gray

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In the Molino Lamp, a classic pillar shape is revitalized with the addition of undulating geometry, fashioned in the style of Brancusi’s famous “Endless Column.” The motif is brought to multifaceted life in glazed ceramic, finished in an earthy gray color and stood atop a clear acrylic base. The modern art details of its silhouette find balance when paired with one of Villa & House’s signature shades, sold separately. The result is a timeless light fixture, radiating contemporary elegance and European cool. Place a pair on matching nightstands or side tables, or style on either end of a long console or cabinet. Please note: Villa & House's lamp shades are sold separately.

  • 5.5w x 5.5d x 31.5h
  • Glazed Ceramic & Clear Acrylic Base
  • SHD-17-WHL-807
  • Socket Type A-E26 (3-Way)
  • 150 Watt Max
  • Clear Cord

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