|Number of Shades: 1||cUL Listed: No|
|Product Warranty: 1 Year Limited||Shade Shape: Drum/Cylinder|
|UL Listed: No||Style: Contemporary|
|Shade Material: Glass||Fixture Finish: Chrome|
|Shade Color: Etched Opal||Fixture Material: Metal|
|Number of Lights: 1||Bulb Type: CFL|
|Title 24 Compliant: Yes||Wattage per Bulb: 24 Watts (W)|
|Bulbs Included: No||Shade Included: Yes|
|Switch Type: On/Off Switch||Eco-Friendly: No|
Questions & Answers
George Kovacs Table Lamp
I love this lamp.
Lori from Pleasant Hill, MO– Verified Buyer
I really love this lamp. I also bought two of the George Kovacs Floor Lamps to match. They look outstanding. They are very solidly constructed. Very contemporary looking. I definitely recommend these lamps.
Design of the future
Arthur Ehrllich C.F.B.E. from Okemos, MI– Verified Buyer
Calls attention as soon as you walk into the romm.
Anonymous from Florida– Verified Buyer
For over four decades, George Kovacs has been a name synonomous with contemporary design. George Kovacs is a pioneer in the fusion of clean lines with unexpected twists and curves, resulting in pieces that had a modern appeal with a retro flavor. George Kovacs designed and manufactured his products from his facility in Brooklyn, NY up until a few years ago. His studio, designs, and naming rights were purchased by the Minka Group and his collection was incorporated as a stand-alone grouping.
Although the products are now imported, the design heritage remains the same. George Kovacs lighting remains at the forefront of cutting edge contemporary style, and he retains a team of renowned designers, including George Kovacs himself, Rachel Simon, Karim Rashid, and Alecia Wesner. These lighting experts have designed a wide selection of wall sconces, pendants, ceiling lights, bath lighting, table lamps and floor lamps.
There is nothing better than a Kovacs light for today's modern home decor. Be sure to browse the Kovacs line of lighting and be astonished by the intriguing and forward-looking aspects of cutting edge design and technology. Defined by unusual elements fused with a popular vision of what modern means, his lighting creates an individual and powerful sense of space no matter where it is placed.