Posted 9 years ago
a pair of nude lamps. With one of the lighting modes the figures rotate and change colors (blue, green, red etc:). Then another lighting mode as shown the whole lamp lights up. These two pieces are in excellent condition. They are 16" high and the widest width would be the shell which is 12 inches.
The bottom unscrewed has a color wheel inside to give that fiber optic look in the one lighting mode. I have to replace a mini screw bulb inside the one with the female nude. I just got these from auction. they both work, except for the female nude's color show. The hard plastic like figures are beautiful, but not sure of the material nor do I even know what year these were made. I'm thinking late 70's deco? Can anyone help me out indentifying these beautiful lamps? The black clam shell appears to be a resin or casting material??? I just know they are both very heavy. The figures sit on a rotating platform, they can be removed as they are just sitting on the platform and not glued. I believe the one lamp may have been damaged during shipping, since I cannot get it to do the 2nd lighting, the burned out mini bulb. So far, I find this to be a mystery, I would appreciate anyone can give me a indentity and who made these lamps. Thank you.