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Vintage

Painted Lamps, Pair

Jason Oliver Nixon & John Loecke

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Painted Lamps, Pair
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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1960s
Condition:
Very Good; minor surface wear from age and use
Materials:
lamp, plaster; shade, linen
Size:
11" W x 28" H
Color/Finish:
white/green/yellow/pink

Why We Love This

A pair of gorgeous and deliciously detailed mismatched plaster table lamps with bamboo and cherry blossom detailing. White hardback linen shades. Newly wired and in working condition. Hexagon lamp, 9.75"Dia x 31"H; round lamp, 11"Dia x 28"H; shades, 6"Dia top x 19"Dia bottom x 13"H.
As described by Madcap Cottage

About Madcap Cottage

John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon are the dynamic duo behind North Carolina- and New York-based interior design firm Madcap Cottage. Known for their whimsical use of color and pattern, the Madcap gents scour the world for eclectic finds that capture their unique and gimlet-eyed viewpoint. They run their firm, an ever-changing design laboratory, from a former pharmacy in the heart of High Point, North Carolina, the hub for American decorative arts.