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Mid-Century Modern Lamps76 of 188Unknown designer desk lamp (Spain, 1960s)Vintage Flex Goose Neck Lamp
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This table stands 4 feet tall incuding post & is made out of mahogany or some type of dark wood. It is three footed and woodworked together in a fashion thats grooved together and is spectacular craftmanship. The table itself is heavy marble which would make you think it would be very topheavy but it is not. Its a very steady piece. I would like to know if anyone could help in identifying it because I cant see markings of any kind. Also, its lacking a shade & I would like to find a replacement and have been looking at the fiberglass ones but nothing seems quite right. It has a place for a screw on type. Any ideas?

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  1. sodapoprocker sodapoprocker, 2 years ago
    A fiberglass shade is probably your best bet. I think a tall tube shaped one would look awesome. Maybe even one that is the woven wicker type shade...
  2. PhilDavidAlexanderMorris PhilDavidAlexanderMorris, 6 days ago
    Very similar to what was coming out of italy in the 60's to 70's. they were mostly using plaster bases in the 60's but branched out to ones with more inventive bases in the 70's. The tables were made of marble, and a lot of them said made in italy underneath. The lamps had very large shades, usually quite hideous I think but some people may like them. I have quite a few links in my collections of lamps here on CW but this likely is not an italy product because they usually had a shaped or beveled marble table on them. So I have changed my mind to late 1950's - have had some lamps with same wood design in them.

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