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Vintage

1943 Artillery Trench Art Lamp

Gladys Glover

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1943 Artillery Trench Art Lamp
1943 Artillery Trench Art Lamp
1943 Artillery Trench Art Lamp
1943 Artillery Trench Art Lamp
1943 Artillery Trench Art Lamp
1943 Artillery Trench Art Lamp
1943 Artillery Trench Art Lamp
1943 Artillery Trench Art Lamp

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; surface wear to wood
Country of Origin:
USA
Style:
Trench Art
Materials:
brass/oak
Size:
5.8" W x 14.7" H
Color/Finish:
gold/brown

Why We Love This

Trench Art table lamp from WWII made with an inert artillery shell. Metal is marked 1943 on bottom where it meets the oak. Rewired and in working condition; uses a 75W standard bulb. The lamp has a knob switch on the brass.
As described by Gladys Glover

About Gladys Glover

For 20 years Gladys Glover specializes in quirky and elegant vintage lighting and related paraphernalia. To find wonderful lamps for her choosy clients, she searches far and wide in America's 'Great Endless Attic' -- otherwise known as the Heartland. She also lamp-hunts, often in Britain, mostly because she loves to visit there. Her interests are medieval history, Hollywood's 1930-40s screwball comedies, good books, and yes, truly, fascinating vintage lamps.