A good desk lamp should bring you plenty of light where you need it and otherwise stay out of the way. Ideally, it should also look really good while doing it. Enter this understated yet classically modern neo deco desk lamp from the 1980s, which has the kind of dramatic reach that not only looks cool but serves well. It is made of white molded plastic that has been meticulously cleaned to restore its sheen. There are some very minor signs of wear around the shroud that in person are almost imperceptible, yet show up more dramatically in the photos. Overall it is in extremely find condition aesthetically, and functions perfectly. The original wiring is in good shape. Uses a two-pin halogen bulb, up to 50 W.
19" D x 15" H; Shroud is 5" x 3"
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