Posted 2 years ago
I recently acquired the most wonderful pair of lamps in the Art Deco style.
They are made of white lucite with each lamp having two clear lucite rods topped
with a gold-colored lucite ball. In addition to the lightbulb at the top, each
also has a small bulb that illuminates the base. Neither has a lamp shade.
The first is a floor lamp measuring approximately 4'10". It is wired to use an
old-fashioned wide necked light bulb. It has a glass shade that supports a
fabric shade, and I have the finial for it. The base measures 14 3/4" wide and
10 1/4" deep. The base has two hairline cracks, about 1 1/2" and 2" long.
Otherwise it's in pristine condition.
The second is a matching table lamp that measures approximately 16 1/4" to the
top of the lucite, or 31 1/2" to the top of the finial. It is in perfect
condition with no cracks.
I can find no markings on them, although I can see that they are vintage,
possibly mid-century. The socket for the small bulb is marked "Made in the
USA", so I know it's old! Can anyone tell me something about these fantastic
Thank you so much!