These solid ceramic lamps cut a great shape and sport a nifty repeating elongated diamond motif. The confusion over whether FAIP stands for Fine Arts in Plaster or Federal Arts Initiative Program continues. Either way, these signed 1950’s lamps were not mass produced. New golden shades are a perfect match.
31”H x 8”W; 32.5”H to finial
Shade: 12”H x 16” W
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