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Swing-Arm Wall Lamp

Brass-Finish Swing-Arm Wall Lamp Directs Light Right Where You Need It

Swing-Arm Wall Lamp

Brass-Finish Swing-Arm Wall Lamp Directs Light Right Where You Need It

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This classic brass-finish swing-arm wall lamp is sure to enhance the appearance of your bedroom or office. Swing-arm wall lamp requires no special wiring—just plug it in. Features a 13" pleated natural-color linen shade. The 30" brass cover hides the cord. Swing arm extends 19". Wall lamp takes up to a 150 watt bulb. UL listed.

  • Wall lamp has a brass finish
  • Linen shade is included with swing-arm wall lamp
  • Three-way switch lets you control brightness of this wall lamp

Browse The Vermont Country Store for home furnishings and accessories with traditional style and unsurpassed quality, like our swing-arm wall lamp. Our brass-finish swing-arm wall lamp is a classic that never goes out of style.

Swing-Arm Wall Lamp


Dust with soft cloth only.

Sizing & Specifications

Assembly Required: N

Capacity: 150watts

Cord Length: 6 ft

Cord Polarized: Y

UL Listed: Y


Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Swing arm wall lamp problem I want to share a problem I have had recently with these lamps. I have purchased 5 of them in recent years. In use they are fine and I like them very much. However, recently one of the sockets broke on one and I bought a new socket to replace it. Replacing it turned out to be a nightmare. First, It was next to impossible to remove the old socket. They must have used some sort of "lock tight" because I had a very difficult time removing the outer base of the socket. I needed to do this to get to the wires. I had to tear the base apart. I then had to remove and discard the gold outer base because it was impossible to reach the wires. Second: The wires must have been wired in first and then fished through the armature because there was lesss than 1 inch of wire available to re-wire the new socket and with the turns of the armature, it was impossible to feed any wire up to re-wire it. I finally was able to add a new socket to the lamp but it was absolutely the worst lamp I have ever had to attempt a fix on. IF you want to use this lamp for as long as you can while it works fine then go ahead and buy it. But be prepared that if the socket ever burns out, you will probably need to discard the entire lamp because unless you are an electrical "whiz" you will not be able to do it. For such an expensive lamp I am sorely disappointed with it and wanted to warn any potential users about it. Ultimately, I was able to re-wire it after an hours struggle with it but had to discard the outer shell and I had to discard the lampshade because the harp only fits in that shell. I had to use a new clip on shade. July 9, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by cheap quality for the price this lamp is very cheap in quality. I would place its actual value somewhere around $45.00. The brass lacquer quality is weak. August 6, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Harp Too Small The product is advertised as accepting a 150 watt bulb but the harp (the piece that holds the lamp shade) is not wide enough. I went all over town trying find a slimmer bulb that would fit. At a lighting store I discovered that I could buy a harp that was wide enough to accept a 150 watt bulb. November 7, 2012
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