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Midcentury Art Pottery Lamps, Pair

Florida Found

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Midcentury Art Pottery Lamps, Pair
Midcentury Art Pottery Lamps, Pair
Midcentury Art Pottery Lamps, Pair
Midcentury Art Pottery Lamps, Pair
Midcentury Art Pottery Lamps, Pair
Midcentury Art Pottery Lamps, Pair

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1960s
Condition:
Very Good; small rough spot on underside of base
Country of Origin:
USA
Style:
Mid-Century Modern
Materials:
ceramic
Damage Information:
small rough spot on underside of base
Size:
9" W x 29" H
Color/Finish:
avocado/sunflower yellow

Why We Love This

Fabulous midcentury art pottery lamps. Bodies have a vivid floral pattern in an advocado green and sunflower yellow combination. Original wiring in working condition. Each uses one standard bulb and come with harps and finials.
As described by Florida Found

About Florida Found

Florida Found is a collection of interesting and unique collectables and antiques gathered all over Florida by Margaret Thayer. A long-time picker for designers, decorators, and dealers, Margaret has collected and curated unique items, each with a different and special provenance. She searches almost daily for fresh finds that invoke a sentimental past, each with an interesting and rich history. For Margaret, the hunt never ends.