Clean elegant lines are gorgeous, but sometimes you need some fun piece to cut through it all. Enter this mid-century tension pole lamp. The red and black and white is bold and makes you want to smile, as do the wrought-iron looking details--and yet it has a restrained quality too, as if to say: you know I could be a lot more over-the-top than I am!
Either or both lights can be on. There is minor wear on the interesting shrouds, but it does not really show or matter. The wiring is new to the base, at which point the original internal wiring is in good shape. The black paint shows some minor wear as well, but in general, this classic mid-century pole floor lamp is in great shape, and is certainly ready to levity to your home.
90" H to 100" H; Lower: 41" to bottom; Upper: 50" to bottom; Shroud is 13.5" H x 7" Diameter
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