Sorbet Table Lamp

Sorbet Table Lamp

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  • Sorbet Table Lamp, Etched Brass, Textured Plaster Shade

    Overall Dimensions: 16.75 diameter | 31.125h in

    Base: Etched Brass with Bronze Patina Satin Varnish (No. 1001)

    Metal Accents: Polished Brass Gloss Varnish (No. 54)

    Illumination Type: Socket base 120v


Overall Dimensions
Size Option
16.75 diameter | 31.125h in
Brass, Textured plaster
Overall Length
72.0 in
Base to Dimmer Length
20.0 in
Black nylon cloth
Exits from center of base
Dimmer Dimensions
2.75w | 1.25d | 1h in
Input Voltage
Dimmer Location
On cord
Compatible with lighting control systems upon request.

Contract & Certifications


Care & Assembly

Product Care
Patina Metal
  • Clean with a very soft, dry cloth or breathe onto a soft cloth then rub gently in the direction of the patina.
  • Do not use abrasive cloths or cleaners as this may scratch or damage the finish.
Polished Metal
  • Clean polished metal or polished stainless with a damp cloth.
  • Do not use commercial or heavy-duty polishes or waxes, as they may scratch or damage the finish.
  • Polishes we recommend are Brasso, Simichrome, or our favorite Flitz; these can be used without inflicting damage even for the unskilled user, unless the polished surface has a wax sealer coat.
  • Polishes will remove the wax while polishing the metal, but the surface would then have to be re-waxed if it is on a metal that needs to be sealed.
  • Care for the plaster by dusting regularly with a soft cloth.
Assembly & Installation
Assembly Required
Intended for dry locations.



Bronze Patina Satin Varnish No. 1001
Polished Brass No. 54

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