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.
Pair of textured and patinated solid copper lamps, circa early 1950s. These stout stunning examples have been newly wired and are priced as a pair without shades. Shades can be procured if needed. Please inquire. Dimensions listed below are to the top of the sockets.
Sculptural pair of Laurel table lamps circa early 1970’s. These examples have lovely free form brass frames with inset walnut. The black and gold shades are custom and included with purchase. Price listed is for the pair.
Large-scale polished brass and glass chandelier by the Feldman company, circa early 1970s. This glamorous example has a mirror polished brass frame with six arms and six domes. The shade covers are glass and the center brass tube also has a light source within.
Pair of glazed stoneware and brass lamps from Italy circa late 1950’s. These subtle yet lovely examples have porous ceramic bodies tapering and striping to the necks and sit atop satin finished brass bases. Price listed is for the pair.
Stunning seventies chrome plated steel and carrera marble arc floor light. Round marble base and slender arc steel stem. The lamp has been rewired and does expand and contract. Excellent condition.
Pair of stunning 1960s Hanging Chandelier Pendants by Feders. Each features vibrant jewel tone chunk glass with organic pressed impressions. Minor wear consistent with age.
Enameled metal brass and glass Italian light fixture, circa early 1960s. This lovely example has its original enameled red canopy patinated brass and two glass globes.
Large-scale turned brass lamps by Warren Kessler, circa early 1950s. These early examples have patinated solid brass fluted forms. Price listed is for the pair. Shade not included. Please inquire for shade availability if needed. Shown with shades that measure at height: 10.5″ x diameter: 17″.
Paul Evans for Directional cityscape floor lamp circa early 1970s. This sculptural example has interspersed polished brass and chrome squares and rectangles.