This lovely creature is destined to bath forever in golden light, surrounded by luxuriously dripping oil. This 1970's table lamp is a replica of a Deco-era lamp of the same design. When it is on, the oil warms up and begins to recirculate within the closed system, so it need not ever be replaced; when not in use, the oil is not visible. The condition is excellent, with only a few minor spots of surface wear that are basically irrelevant. The main event, the dripping oil around a small sculpture of a bathing woman, is all in tact and working well. A conversation piece for sure, and an excellent gift for someone who has everything...because chances are they don't have this.
17" H x 7" Diameter
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