Golly gee, these pink and gold lamps sure are swell, with nary a chip after 60+ years. The original shades are free of stains and all the stitching and gold ornamentation is in tact (which is amazing). The bodies are all ceramic and have been cleverly gilded at the bottom to resemble brass. The high shine remains but there is some loss of gilding where pink shows through. The neck pieces show a bit of plating loss and have less shine than the bases, but overall this pair of lamps presents well. Newly re-wired.
23" H overall; 16.5" H to base of bulb, Shades are 9.5" H x 7" diameter; Base is 4.25" W
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