These are tall, elegant and iconic 1950’s table lamps, stately and fun at the same time. The fluted laurel design is legendary; the original barrel fiberglass shades with their classic mid-century graphics are nearly mint (and therefore rare). Sculpted wood bodies, cast brass bases, fiberglass shades…even if you own nothing else from the mid-century era, this pair of lamps will sock quite a visual punch.
One base shows a bit of plating loss, and there are slight signs of age on one of the brass shafts, but nothing that detracts from the overall impact of the lamps. Newly re-wired with decorative gold cord that is extra long for ease of use. Three-way switches allow for different levels of light.
36.5" H overall (top of finial); 24" H to base of bulb;Shade is 18" Diameter x 8.5" H
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