Chippendale Style Floor Lamp
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VINTAGE

The Gilded Room

Chippendale Style Floor Lamp

$0.00
Est. Arrival: Oct 01 - Oct 09
This item is no longer available.
Why we love this
Walnut floor lamp with faux bamboo brass center pole and Chippendale filigree design on table sides. Wired and in working condition; 3-way switch takes a standard bulb. 54.5"H to top of finial; 44.75"H to top of socket. Table: 12"W x 12"L; 21"H. Maker Drexel Furniture. Shade not included.
Color: walnut/brass
Condition: Very Good; minimal wear to surface consistent with age
Dimensions: 12" L x 12" W x 54.5" H
Era: Vintage
Made Of: wood/brass
SKU: 77550175
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Oct 01 - Oct 09
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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
Walnut floor lamp with faux bamboo brass center pole and Chippendale filigree design on table sides. Wired and in working condition; 3-way switch takes a standard bulb. 54.5"H to top of finial; 44.75"H to top of socket. Table: 12"W x 12"L; 21"H. Maker Drexel Furniture. Shade not included.
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.