Empire Floor Lamps, S/2
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VINTAGE

The Gilded Room

Empire Floor Lamps, S/2

$0.00
Est. Arrival: Sep 28 - Oct 07
This item is no longer available.
Why we love this
Pair of brass floor lamps, each with a round glass table. Brass stem has fluted design with a simple base. Wired and in working condition; each uses one standard bulb. 59"H to top of finials; 50.5"H to top of sockets. Tables, 16"Dia; bases, 11"Dia. No maker's mark. Shade not included. Minimal wear to brass.
Color: gold/clear
Condition: Very Good; minimal wear to brass
Dimensions: 11" W x 59" H
Era: Vintage
Made Of: brass/glass
SKU: 77358994
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Sep 28 - Oct 07
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RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
The Gilded Room promotes casual elegance with a mixture of traditional and contemporary pieces. From furniture and lighting to textiles and dinnerware, the focus is on detail, craftsmanship and singularity. Founder Marie Carrison has been in the antiques retail industry since 2002 and describes her collection as a combination of Country French, Rustic and Americana with a dash of Modernism.
Why we love this
Pair of brass floor lamps, each with a round glass table. Brass stem has fluted design with a simple base. Wired and in working condition; each uses one standard bulb. 59"H to top of finials; 50.5"H to top of sockets. Tables, 16"Dia; bases, 11"Dia. No maker's mark. Shade not included. Minimal wear to brass.
About the Seller
The Gilded Room promotes casual elegance with a mixture of traditional and contemporary pieces. From furniture and lighting to textiles and dinnerware, the focus is on detail, craftsmanship and singularity. Founder Marie Carrison has been in the antiques retail industry since 2002 and describes her collection as a combination of Country French, Rustic and Americana with a dash of Modernism.