This pretty pair of classic 1950s bedside glass lamps have light-up bases for when softer light is needed. Gold roses have been painted on the milky glass, and they have subtle gold accent lines. The clip-on accordion pleat shades are hard plastic, they are a slightly different color, one whiter than the other one, but this is not very noticeable unless they are close together. The shades are in decent condition, though they are not pristine. The glass lamps are in really good condition. The internal wiring is original and in good condition, they have been re-wired with new wiring from the base to the plug.
17.5" H Overall; 5" Diameter (body); Shades are 8" Diameter at widest point
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