Iconic designer Tony Duquette was renowned for his over-the-top theatrical sets, the grand fetes he staged, and perhaps most of all, his jaw-dropping interiors. His talent and magnetism kept him in the spotlight through most of the 20th century. With his namesake studio still open for business, and longtime partner Hutton Wilkinson at the helm, Duquette’s singular style continues to make its magnificent mark.
A midcentury-inspired design, softened to fit with a
variety of today’s interiors. This lamp's base features interlocking blocks finished in a high-gloss pale-blue lacquer and accented with optic crystal. Topped with a rectangular rounded-corner hardback shade in white linen.
Colossal ceramic table lamp in light blue with
gold leaf accents. Marked, "Nardini, Hollywood, California" In working condition with original wiring, uses one standard bulb up to 100W. Includes harp & finial. Shade is not included. Light wear age. Top ...
Midcentury Italian ceramic baluster-shape lamp in the rococo
revival style with scrolled handles attributed to GInori. The bright white background, blue printed florals and hand-painted trim hint of Dutch delft. The turned wood gold leaf base has an antiqued finish. ...