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.
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 “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.
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.