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Georges Briard Lamps, Pair

Herman Schwartz Gallery

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Georges Briard Lamps, Pair
Georges Briard Lamps, Pair
Georges Briard Lamps, Pair
Georges Briard Lamps, Pair
Georges Briard Lamps, Pair
Georges Briard Lamps, Pair
Georges Briard Lamps, Pair
Georges Briard Lamps, Pair

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1960s
Condition:
Very Good; slight crack in one of the bulb diffuser covers
Style:
Mid-Century Modern
Materials:
ceramic/metal/fabric
Size:
4.6" L x 4.6" W x 32.25" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

Beautiful pair of 1960s Georges Briard ceramic table lamps on black metal bases. Wired and in working condition. Shades, 18"Dia x 9.75"H. One of the plastic light diffusers is partially cracked on one side but not visible with the shade attached.
As described by Herman Schwartz Gallery

About Herman Schwartz Gallery

Herman Schwartz was a Philadelphia painter who did most of his works from 1955-1965. He was my grandfather and passed away when I was 10. I have quite a few sweet memories including him giving me painting lessons in the basement of his NE Philly home, and I named my gallery as an homage to this talented guy. We specialize in the decorative arts, from folk to Mid-Century Modern, industrial to quirky. We welcome you and ensure you complete satisfaction.

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