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Telescope Floor Lamp Base

SKU#  459392
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Reminiscent of antique safari telescopes, this Telescope Floor Lamp Base is crafted from natural wood with brass and iron details. With extendable neck and legs, its height easily adjusts to suit the task at hand. Customize with any of our floor lamp shades for the look of your choice.

Details & Dimensions

  • Crafted of natural wood with brass and iron detailing with aluminum nickel hardware
  • Floor lamp shade sold separately
  • Works with uno or harp socket lamp shades
  • Extendable neck and legs allow height adjustment
  • Rotary switch
  • 60 watt bulb max, sold separately
  • Made in India
12"Dia. x 57.5"H

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Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy to assemble and looks great! Let me start off by saying I NEVER review products. But with all the complements that I've received in just 1 week of having this lamp, there's no way I couldn't write one. This product adds just the right amount of light to a medium sized room. It is a wonderful conversation piece and it fits any style. My husband and I rarely agree on decor and this is a piece that satisfies us both. Definitely recommend this product to anyone who's got a taste for something other than your average lamp! October 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by COOL LAMP So, I love this lamp. I have some rustic elements mixed with modern elements in my home. I opted to purchase this lamp base and I added a cool, oversized silver metal drumshade that I picked up elsewhere. This lamp easily looks as if it costs 2 to 3 times what I paid for it. As others have mentioned, I did struggle somewhat with making sure I got the legs tightened, but I managed to work it out. Some people have expressed concern with the cord running down the middle. I think the lamp looks good, especially if you want somewhat of an industrial element. I currently have it positioned behind a sectional sofa. I think it adds the perfect amount of character. December 31, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Addition to My Living Room I had been looking at this lamp for 3 months before I broke down and bought it. Comparing it to similar style lamps from other stores which were 2x's the price, I couldn't go wrong with this lamp. I bought it with the cord lamp shade and after a little trial and error with height adjustments, it looked great! November 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by loved it! I recently purchased two of these lamps and received them two days ago- so far I'm very pleased! Unlike the previous reviewer who was complaining about a smell, I didn't have that problem. The lamps were very easy to put together and I realized that the metal stem in the centerof the lamp can move vertically, allowing you to rasie the shade and add even more height to the lamp, if you'd like to. I love it and I think it's a fantastic buy! November 1, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by great architectural lamp Got it on sale and it was a good value. Didn't have any odor problems like a previous reviewer did. Looks great, but a little wobbly. Make sure you tighten the bolts w/ a tool otherwise the legs will move. Seen other lamps like these for much more. Would look great in both traditional and modern settings. Not to thrilled with black cord running down center and pooling on floor;could have done better at concealing it. Overall, would recommend. November 12, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Alright overall - You get what you pay for As always, you get what you pay for. Overall I'm satisfied with the purchase. It looks elegant. The issues I have with it are probably only things that someone who actually takes it out of the box and assembles it are likely to notice. Biggest issue: the socket where the light fixture attaches to the steel downtube has the female part of the screw exactly where you'd expect. The male part of the same screw, at the top of the downtube, looks like someone tried to etch the teeth in with a dull knife, before giving up and just putting it in the box. What I'm saying is that the top of the steel downtube may as well be a smooth piece of metal, with no way to then use the screw on the fixture to attach it. As such, I've pretty much just pushed it forcefully on - this seems to balance it, only because the fixture and shade are relatively light. But if you move the lamp or try to adjust the lamp shade, the top part will pop right back off the downtube. Epoxy might do the trick, but I'm trying to weigh if its worth it for me. The second issue is at the feet - each leg has a small, maybe 2 inch "metal" sock at the very bottom. Two of these are on there with no problem - the third slides up and down the wood freely, meaning it pretty much rests around the wooden leg, but supported by the floor. Thinking it was metal I tried to bend the smallest kink into it so that it would seat securely on the metal, but when it started making cracking noises I realized it was plastic so I've just let it be, resting on the floor. Lastly, and this is a small issue, but the legs hinge not only along the axis you'd expect, but since they have a bit more play at the joint where they connect to the metal center piece of the lamp, the also wiggle across the axis of the hinge. The result of this is that it takes a fair amount of fiddling with the leg lengths, and trying to also position the legs into a relatively equilateral triangle, before you can get the whole lamp to sit level. This is probably made worse by the insecure fixture at the top, as I'm sure it isn't level compared to the downtube and I don't want to risk knocking it off again trying to get it to be. Anyway, the equivalent lamp anywhere else is some multiple more expensive, so as always, you get what you pay for. Just wanted to give anyone a heads up, that if it is going to be a centerpiece in your room as opposed to off in a corner, you may be better off spending a bit more money. July 7, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Poor Quality For over $100 , I would expect better quality. The wooden legs are starting to bend/warp! The tightening mechanism on all of the legs do not work well, and often I find my lamp lopsided. I wouldn't spend more than $60 on a lamp like this for the quality you get. Disappointing. June 22, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by poor construction I bought this lamp because I love the look but the construction is very poor. The top plastic piece that holds the light-bulb broke after a couple months. It tips over very easily. The lamp legs are very flimsy. I was very upset since I liked the look a lot. May 14, 2014
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