Frederick Cooper Lucite & Brass Lamp
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Frederick Cooper Lucite & Brass Lamp

$425.00
Est. Arrival: Jun 10 - Jun 22
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Why we love this
Lucite and brass table lamp by Frederick Cooper Chicago, signed. Wired and in excellent working condition with 3-way 50-100-150W bulb. Some tarnish and wear to brass. Harp is included. Shade is not included.
Color: gold/clear
Condition: Good; some tarnish and wear to brass
Dimensions: 8" W x 27.75" H
Era: Vintage: 1970s
Made In: USA
Made Of: lucite/brass
SKU: 77104030
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Jun 10 - Jun 22
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RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
Maria Rosa Bradley translates ultra-chic Italian style into unique treasures found only at her gallery in Miami and on One Kings Lane. Her roots in business are based in luxury and fostered by exquisite taste enhanced by her travels around the world as a cruise ship boutique curator. Born in Italy, Maria Rosa used her worldwide contacts to establish a showroom in Miami that features iconic furniture by Piero Fornasetti, Fontana Arte, Gio Ponti and many American midcentury designers.
Why we love this
Lucite and brass table lamp by Frederick Cooper Chicago, signed. Wired and in excellent working condition with 3-way 50-100-150W bulb. Some tarnish and wear to brass. Harp is included. Shade is not included.
About the Seller
Maria Rosa Bradley translates ultra-chic Italian style into unique treasures found only at her gallery in Miami and on One Kings Lane. Her roots in business are based in luxury and fostered by exquisite taste enhanced by her travels around the world as a cruise ship boutique curator. Born in Italy, Maria Rosa used her worldwide contacts to establish a showroom in Miami that features iconic furniture by Piero Fornasetti, Fontana Arte, Gio Ponti and many American midcentury designers.