Mallard Night Light

Mallard Night Light

$24.99 each $16.97 each
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Add soft light to your home with an attractive mallard design night light, cast in bonded marble and hand painted. The night light is gift boxed and includes a replaceable 7-watt bulb. UL listed base with on/off switch. Approximate size of each night light is 3"w x 6"h.





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5.0 (based on 2 reviews)

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  • great for hall way between bedroom and bath (1)
  • good size (2)

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5.0
Lovely and Poetic

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from Highland, CA

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  • good size

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Product Comments: I was hoping to purchase more night lights from National Wildlife Federation but found a number of them are not longer available.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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5.0
Very special night light

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from Ohio

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  • good size
  • great for hall way between bedroom and bath

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Comments about Shop NWF - D2C for Mallard Night Light:

Product Comments: I am very happy to have purchased this night light. It has nice details and is a good size, not tiny.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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Q: gaylelblakely@comcast.net We have several other nightlights that were given as gifts a couple of Christmas's ago. They are all beautiful and useful. My question is concerning one of the lights. We can no longer turn the light off/on. I see no way to examine the switch part without breaking the cover. Is there someway to fix this? I see that the selection changes each year. The fixture I'm wanting to save is the owl. I will keep it anyway, as it is a lovely work of art.
Asked on Oct 26, 2018 09:41:55 AM by Gayle from FL
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