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Artillery Shell Lamps, Pair

Harker Design

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Artillery Shell Lamps, Pair
Artillery Shell Lamps, Pair
Artillery Shell Lamps, Pair

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Very Good; some wear

Materials:

brass

Size:

5" W x 40.5" H

Color/Finish:

brass

Why We Love This

Pair of large vintage industrial artillery shell table lamps with a warm patina. Original wiring in working condition.
As described by Harker Design

Why We Love This

Pair of large vintage industrial artillery shell table lamps with a warm patina. Original wiring in working condition.

About Harker Design

The Harkers' passion for vintage began in the early 90s while David was working in Los Angeles and Robin was attending Art Center College of Design. Fueled by an interest in Mid- Century Modern, they began combing local flea markets in search of unique items. Soon they were supplying vintage furniture and accessories to local shops and decorators and eventually formed HarkerDesign, located in Palm Springs and specializing in decorative arts from the 1930s-80s.