This pair of ceramic dresser lamps is in nearly perfect condition, with no chips or cracks--amazing, considering they are easily 60+ years old. The young girls are lovely; the original shades are more frilly than the dresses they are wearing, but fitting all the same. There are no stains or rips in the shades, another impressive feat of preservation. There is some minor crazing on one lamp, tiny and nearly imperceptible. Lovely.
Figurine: 9" H to top of bonnet; Lamp to top of shade is 18" H; Base is 3.5" x 3.5"
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