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Danish Modern Lamps, Pair

Ellen Ward Scarborough Antiques

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Danish Modern Lamps, Pair
Danish Modern Lamps, Pair
Danish Modern Lamps, Pair
Danish Modern Lamps, Pair
Danish Modern Lamps, Pair
Danish Modern Lamps, Pair
Danish Modern Lamps, Pair
Danish Modern Lamps, Pair

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; one slight irregularity in pottery near wood neck
Country of Origin:
Denmark
Style:
Modern
Materials:
pottery/wood/brass
Size:
7" W x 28" H
Color/Finish:
aqua/brown/gold

Why We Love This

Stunning pair of Danish modern aqua and brown pottery lamps with wood necks. Use 60W bulbs and are wired and in working condition.
As described by Ellen Ward Scarborough Antiques

About Ellen Ward Scarborough Antiques

Ellen Ward Scarborough's collection of mostly European antique furniture and lighting fills three 19th-century barns in Stamford, CT. Her bold, playful, and operatic style is born of a well-traveled eye and a deep knowledge of history, art, and architecture. Ellen studied art history at Northwestern, architectural historic preservation in London, art and architecture in Paris, and has an MBA. Her collection of antiques is informed by the designers and artists of the past she most admires.