Light up your home with the essence of the country! This punch metal lamp & tealight holderbrings forth memories of Fourth of July picnics and quaint pastures. This is guaranteed to become a favorite piece in your home, and you will find yourself looking forward to nighttime so that you can turn this lamp on and enjoy its light.

This lovely piece is made out of blue painted metal, with a punch star design throughout. On the body of the lamp, you will find that a door opens to reveal a "candle" within. This candle is electric, and has a light bulb in the shape of a flame affixed to the top, making it both safe and practical without surrendering its classic design.On top under thelamp shade is a tealight candle holder where you can place an additional tealight candle for added glow.The shade is made ofmetal and features a country scene of colonial homes overlooking a field of sheep. This piece is brand new and ready to vitalize any space!

Imagine the effect of the light streaming through the punch-style stars. It would give off a soft, calming glow. Add this lamp to your home today, and I promise that you will wish you never had to turn it off!
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SKU: 010400470001
Brand: Oriental Trading Company
LxWxH: 0.00 / 0.00 / 13.75
Weight: 1 lbs 15 oz
Condition: New
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Patriotic Punch Metal Table Top Lamp & Tealight Candle Holder - 13.75" Tall
 
Patriotic Punch Metal Table Top Lamp & Tealight Candle Holder - 13.75" Tall
 
Patriotic Punch Metal Table Top Lamp & Tealight Candle Holder - 13.75" Tall
 
Patriotic Punch Metal Table Top Lamp & Tealight Candle Holder - 13.75" Tall
 
Patriotic Punch Metal Table Top Lamp & Tealight Candle Holder - 13.75" Tall
 
Patriotic Punch Metal Table Top Lamp & Tealight Candle Holder - 13.75" Tall
 
 
 


Patriotic Punch Metal Table Top Lamp & Tealight Candle Holder - 13.75" Tall

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