Architectural table lamp circa late 1950’s. This example has a perforated shade that adjusts and pivots. There is a light source from the bottom and top.
Satin finished brass and walnut lamps by Tony Paul for Westwood, circa late 1950s. These examples have conical brass bases and perforated brass and walnut stems. Price listed is for the pair without shades. Red can procure shades if need be. Please inquire. Shades shown are 12″ tall by 17″ diameter.
Height listed is to the top of the socket.
Rare ceramic and brass floor lamp by Soholm circa early 1960’s. This example has earth tone hand painted glazing and measures 64″ tall with current shade.
Six rubbed bronze and glass sconces, circa mid-1960s. These examples are in excellent original condition and can be sold as pairs or as a set. Price listed is for all six.
Gerald Thurston for Lightolier tripod brass floor lamp, circa late 1950s. This example has cream lacquered accents perforated metal diffuser and custom linen and silk shade. Please see our other listings for more examples by Thurston.
Rare John Dickinson plaster ‘twig’ lamp circa early 1970s. This all original example has a stout sculptural form and is one of the only examples of Dickinson’s work not currently being produced. Height to current shade is 34.5″.
California studio large-scale terra cotta lamp, circa early 1960s. This example reminiscent of the works of Raul Coronel and Brent Bennett is hand-carved and glazed and sits atop a walnut base. Priced without the shade. Red can procure a shade for this lamp if need be. Please inquire.
Rare Greta Von Nessen for Nessen Studios double cone table lamp circa mid-1950s. This seldom seen all original example has a bronze base with bronze arms and adjustable features. The cones are enameled metal and in excellent condition. They can be adjusted and pivoted to many different positions. One or both lights can be illuminated as they are on separate switches.
Stunning walnut brass and perforated metal floor lamp circa late 1950’s. This example has been newly finished to match its original color and has been completely rewired. The two conical heads and arms are adjustable.
Stunning pair of walnut and ceramic lamps circa late 1950’s. These sculptural examples have walnut bases and stems and fluted off white ceramic body’s.
Price listed is for the pair without shades. Dimension listed for height is to the bottom of the socket.