French Art Deco Table Lamp by Perzel
Chromed-metal table lamp, circa 1930, concealing an inverted bell-shaped frosted glass shade, with the base inscribed Perzel
height 22in (55.8cm); diameter 16 1/4in (41.2cm)
French Art Deco Night Lights
Pair of bronze mounted pressed glass lights on marble bases attributed Genet et Michon.
Post-modern Table Lamp by COY HOWARD
AMERICAN POST-MODERN BRONZE AND PARCHMENT TABLE LAMP by California-school architect COY HOWARD, 1984
Height: 19½in., Width: 20in. , Depth: 8¾in.
Louis Katona French Wrought Iron and Glass Table Lamp
Iron and glass lamp with an ovoid ribbed foot, openwork elements, supporting a mottled red glass shade, 1930’s.
Art Deco Table Lamp by EDGAR BRANDT
A French Art Deco Wrought Iron Table lamp, signed
E. Brandt, from c. 1925. with an alabaster shade.
Pair of French Art Deco Table Lamps by Genet et Michon
A Pair of two-armed French Art Deco Table Lamps from circa 1930’s by Genet et Michon. In Gilt Bronze with Parchment Shades.
Art Deco Table Lamp “Entrelacs” by Rene Lalique
Art Deco Table Lamp “Entrelacs”
clear and frosted glass, with a geometric interlace motif base and a frosted glass rectangular ribbed shade. Circa 1926 Felix Marcilhac no. 2161. Glass shade damage professionally repaired.
Pair of French Art Deco Table Lamps by CHRISTOFLE
A Pair of French Art Deco Table Lamps
Silvered Bronze, 1930’s
Art Deco Table Lamp by RAYMOND SUBES
A French Art Deco Wrought Iron and alabaster Table Lamp from c. 1928, model illustrated on the cover of the 1997 Dover Edition of “French Art Deco Ironwork Designs: Raymond Subes and Others”. Original shade has been repaired. New exact replacement shade also available. 20″ High, 10″ Diameter.
Pair of Art Deco 3-Light Table Lamps by J. Codure
EDGAR BRANDT (1880-1960)
GINKGO, A MATCHED PAIR OF TABLE LAMPS, CIRCA 1925
wrought-iron stems with openwork leaves, supporting alabaster shades
23 in. (58.5 cm.) high. Attributed, unsigne
Art Deco Table Lamp with Glass by DAUM
French Art Deco double-armed table lamp in wrought iron, with two yellow acid-etched glass shades, from c. 1925. Iron base numbered and stamped with indistinct signature, and shades signed Daum Nancy with cross of Lorraine.