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!
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 ...click for details
This terrific pair of mid-century lamps were crafted from the full figures of plaster Blackamoors and come straight from a Palm Beach estate. The figures, including the base, are 24.5 inches high, reaching 37-1/2 inches to the top of the harp. The blackamoors rest on bases of 8-1/8 x 7-1/2 inches. They are in great condition, just waiting for a black paper shade or any other adornment that strikes someone's fancy.
This fabulous pair of circa 1960s plexiglass and cork lamps are straight from the Eames Era of modern design. Charles Eames and his second wife Ray were a husband-and-wife team that designed some of the most influential furniture of the twentieth century and influenced scores of other designers. These lamps come straight out of a Palm Beach estate and are really good examples of mid-century design. The lamps are 18-1/4 inches in height, 30 inches high including the harp, and sit on a base that i ...click for details
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. When both leaves (which are mirrored) a ...click for details
This wonderful 1930s Eames-era podium/lectern/register stand was made by the St. Louis firm Royal Bond, Inc. It is lighted and would be terrific in your foyer or up front in your restaurant. Dimensions: 46 inches high; lecturn measures 15 x 18 inches; base 11 inches in diameter. Very good condition.