All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Lighting : Lamps : Pre 1970 item #1211859 (stock #inkwelllamp)
Double inkwell lamps are getting harder to find but is a great lamp to add accent to any room. This extraordinary cast brass plated lamp measures 14 1/2" high, 10" wide and 8" deep. The lamp is very ornate and has 2 inkwells with glass inserts. The lamp light has three settings, off, low and high. We recommend using a low wattage bulb in this lamp due to the close proximity to the fabric of the shade...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Lighting : Lamps : Pre 1970 item #1202397 (stock #whitelamps)
This is a fantastic pair of mint Art Deco lamps. In working condition, this great set of lamps are the perfect addition to your vintage setting. This identical pieces measure 22 1/2"x 12 1/2"x6". They both have felt padding on the base of each. Such a sensational pair of lamps!
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Lighting : Lamps : Pre 1960 item #1071954 (stock #1950sLamp)
This wonderful 1950s mid-century Modern porcelain and lucite lamp comes straight out of a Miami Beach estate and features a dashing sophisticated man in a peach-colored dinner jacket, perhaps an impresario, on the lamp's base. Overall dimensions of the lamp are 18 inches high x 10-7/8 inches wide x 10-1/4 inches deep. The unique parchment shades measure 16 inches in diameter on the bottom shade and 12-3/4 inches in diameter on the top shade. To the top of the shade is 27-1/2 inches. Way cool!
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Pre 1950 item #905661 (stock #MechanicalBa)
This unusual mechanical bar masquerades as an American lowboy, but the inside elevates and a conceals spaces to hold all sorts of barware...glasses, julep cups, bottles, etc. The top is divided vertically into two leaves. When you pull them up and outward from the center, the mechanism operates flawlessly and the interior elevates. No one is the wiser about what the case contains. Dimensions are 30-1/4 inches high x 31-1/2 inches wide x 16-1/2 inches deep...