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German Neoclassical Porcelain Lamp

Michael Herold Design

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German Neoclassical Porcelain Lamp
German Neoclassical Porcelain Lamp
German Neoclassical Porcelain Lamp

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Product Information

Vintage; 1910-1950
Good; patina to brass and porcelain
Country of Origin:
5" L x 5" W x 31" H

Why We Love This

Beautifully detailed white bisque porcelain table lamp with brass details and base. Lamp features Greek allegorical figures in relief around the urn-shape body. Marked "Bavaria Germany" on neck of urn. Wired and in working condition with a key-like turn switch. Uses one 100W bulb. Lamp is 21"H to top of socket, 31"H to top of finial.
As described by Michael Herold Design

About Michael Herold Design

With charm, talent, and drive to spare, Michael Herold is a designer to watch. Recently named “Next Wave Designer” by House Beautiful magazine, he’s making his mark on the US home-fashion scene with projects ranging from California boutique hotels to Hamptons estates. His new Lambertville, NJ, flagship boutique showcases his signature style of exotic luxury and classic glamour. His home accessories line, out next year, features statement pieces inspired by his personal vintage collection.