General Lamp / February 20, 2019 / Aadhya Kidd.
COLORED BULBS - Colored lamps have a heat resistant coating applied internally ensuring color durability, unlike many externally coated lamps currently available. They provide strong bright colors and value for money for applications such as decorative garlands, Christmas trees and other festive applications. DISCHARGE BULBS - Discharge lamps suit today's most typical requirements such as retail, industry and floodlighting. Discharge lamps offer various levels of efficiency and color rendition, so care must be taken when selecting the lamp to ensure the application requirements are met. The products in this section are subject to WEEE regulations.
This table lamp has a brass base in a step up design beginning with the largest step on the bottom. The carved feet really set off this lamp very well, and the glass stem gives the lamp a stylish yet open feel. The white fabric shade is 16", and it has a 3-way rotating light switch so that you can set your desired lighting level. The maximum bulb you should use is a 100-watt bulb. There is just a slight bit of assembly required for this Waterford Crystal lamp that will take all of 5 minutes.
MERCURY (MBF) LAMPS - Mercury lamps provide a pleasant white light with relatively good color rendering, similar to that of a halophosphate white fluorescent tube. Their long life, low cost and reliability make them a popular choice for industrial interior lighting and lower wattage floodlights.
Second, ask yourself where you plan to use the lamp. If you plan to light a big room with an undecorated wall, a small lamp may feel unnecessarily tiny. A tall lamp may be more appropriate. Of course, if you would like to place a lamp on top of a bookcase in your study, a small lamp may work perfectly.
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