This is a pair of classic 1950’s organic shape driftwood table lamps, definitely an iconic visual motif from that era. Perhaps made by a home enthusiast, these would have been the perfect décor lighting for the lake cottage or woodsy cabin that so many middle-class Americans could afford in that era. They would still be perfect for your second home, by the way, if you are lucky enough to have one! Solid wood that has been varnished, with good wiring, they only need shades to be ready to play Scrabble or Charades by this weekend.
13" H to base of bulb, 23" H to top of final; Base is 8" diameter
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