Can a pair of lamps be both sophisticated and cute? After contemplating this frosted pair from the early middle of the last century, we would have to say YES. The diminutive size does not detract from the visual impact of these deco lamps, which light up with a soft glow, thanks to that frosted glass etched with modern ridges, so popular in the 1920s and ‘30s. Similar to bullet lamps, they have compact glass shrouds, but with rounded globe bases, they have a fuller presence on the dresser or mantel. The condition is excellent, with no chips or cracks. Shrouds are clip-on, fitting standard medium base bulbs. Wiring is not new but it is completely sound. A great pair of lamps, ready to bring deco style to your home!
14.5" H to top of finial; Base is 4.75" Wide x 3" Deep
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