This light-up Coca-Cola wall lamp was made in the 1980's, in homage to Coca-Cola images from the 1950's...in other words, it has a certain meta-vintage quality. Coke did not cost 5 cents when this was made, but it cost a lot less than it does now! It's handsome on its own but of course looks even better lit-up, and at night. Condition is very good. Overall, just a fun light to have on the wall.
15.5" H x 13" W x 5" Deep
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