Dice lamps are a classic mid-century niche, and if dice lamps interest you, this pair is worthy of your attention. They are very authentic and relatively rare. Made of thick glass, they have substance, and considerable charm. Newly rewired, and retro-fitted with new sockets, they are a happy marriage of old and new. Likely from the 1950’s, they are not without surface imperfections, such as a loss of black paint in spots and a small chip that has been expertly repaired. But, all that is of no matter when they sit in a place meant for them, all lit up and ready to bring you luck.
6.5” H x 3” W x 3” D
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