Glam silver and gold leaf table lamp, circa 1940s

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Glam silver and gold leaf table lamp, circa 1940s

2,400.00

This striking and large table lamp features four stacked and graduated balls finished in gold and silver leaf. Published in "James Mont: The King Cole Penthouse" by Todd Merrill, 2007. 3-way mogul bulb with switch on neck. We have a second lamp, very similar but not identical, that can be used to create a near pair. Frederick Cooper Studios, USA, circa 1940s. Overall 39-1/2" h x 18" in diameter; shade 14" h x 18" in diameter. Excellent condition; new wiring, socket and linen shade. This item is in our Brooklyn showroom.

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