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Rich with understated elegance, the small Madon lamp from Uttermost is the perfect low-profile accent piece.
It is a smaller lamp, but has a lot of character. The shade is a tight-weaved fabric, a lovely soft gray. It looks like an expensive shade, not your average. The top base is a polished nickel finish, and the bottom base of the lamp is a shiny chrome. The vase portion of the base is a mosaic-style, made up of pieces of colored glass surrounded by an off-white set that holds them in place. The colors are gray, soft green and beige.. Overall it gives a gray/green feel with the veins of off-white set. I like the lamp very much, but it is a busy, sparkly base that makes it a focal point in a room. I love the lamp, but be prepared for a little sparkle.
Beautiful accent to decor...not too big or small....color looks black and but it's more as soft grey .....love it.
I purchased two of the lamps to place on my dinning room buffet. I was leary at first because I wanted them taller but they were exactly what I was looking for so I went for it. The lamps did not disappoint. They are beautiful and look great on the buffet. I have other Uttermost lamps and accessories and they are the best. I was surprised Macy's carried Uttermost and they hands down had the best price - Anywhere. What a bargain for such beautiful very well made lamps!
I am enjoying this lamp because its body gives a pop of grey, sage and white pattern in a room that is otherwise dull. The crackled finish has a 3-D quality about it that will make you stop and look at it from time to time. The metal parts have a high-quality finish. The shade is a charcoal grey linen that looks quite luxurious. One thing to keep in mind is that the white "grout" that surrounds the crackled glass pieces really stands out. The manufacturer's picture of the lamp doesn't show how prominent the white lines are. The white lines aren't too much of a problem for me because the molding in the room is white. Other than that, the only problem you may have is that the shade may not sit level on the harp; you might need to shim the shade at the mount point so it sits level on the harp.