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Art Deco Lamps114 of 447Italian art dèco "Saturno"  lamp. Gio Ponti and Pietro Chiesa, ca. 1933Japan Art Deco vase - lamp base
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    Posted 5 years ago

    MarkH
    (11 items)

    I bought my house in 1982 from an estate. The attic had a number of older items in it, including lamps. This is the third of a group that I'm posting hoping to get some of your expert opinions. I know nothing about lamps and/or what is collectible. The lamp is solid and heavy for it's size.

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    1. SpiritBear, 5 years ago
      It looks to have been rewired (does it say Levitron on the part that holds the bulb?)
    2. MarkH, 5 years ago
      No. It says:

      660 W 250 V
      P & S
      PATENTED
    3. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 5 years ago
      Nice lamp part. Levitron only refers to the lamp socket usually and has nothing to do with the lamp company as those parts are standard on any lamp basically of the 20 century. Your lamp has a beautiful base of the art deco period, possibly of 1927. Not sure of light socket, esp size as in photo, can be changed easily to adapt for a small voltage bulb.
    4. MarkH, 5 years ago
      PhilDMorris thank you

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