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Asian-Style Floor Lamp w/ Birdcage Shade

Revolver Vintage Interiors

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Asian-Style Floor Lamp w/ Birdcage Shade
Asian-Style Floor Lamp w/ Birdcage Shade
Asian-Style Floor Lamp w/ Birdcage Shade
Asian-Style Floor Lamp w/ Birdcage Shade
Asian-Style Floor Lamp w/ Birdcage Shade
Asian-Style Floor Lamp w/ Birdcage Shade
Asian-Style Floor Lamp w/ Birdcage Shade

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1970s
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
iron/brass
Size:
12" W x 58" H
Color/Finish:
black/brass

Why We Love This

Vintage cast iron floor lamp with a birdcage shade and Asian finial. Original wiring for US use in working condition. Recommended use with a bare filament bulb.
As described by Revolver Vintage Interiors

About Revolver Vintage Interiors

Revolver owner Jeremy Schneyer has been a fixture in the Pacific Northwest vintage/modern scene for 10 years. During that time, Jeremy has honed his aesthetic to encompass a sophisticated mix of classic modernism blended liberally with more eclectic pieces of all styles and eras. He is passionate about restoring vintage pieces with "great bones" to meet or exceed their former glory. His design philosophy is: "There are no rules, so you may as well buy what you love!"