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Vintage

Large Ceramic Gordon Martz Lamp

Nueve

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Large Ceramic Gordon Martz Lamp
Large Ceramic Gordon Martz Lamp
Large Ceramic Gordon Martz Lamp
Large Ceramic Gordon Martz Lamp
Large Ceramic Gordon Martz Lamp
Large Ceramic Gordon Martz Lamp
Large Ceramic Gordon Martz Lamp
Large Ceramic Gordon Martz Lamp

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; small dent and mark on shade
Country of Origin:
USA
Style:
Mid-Century Modern
Materials:
base, ceramic/walnut; shade, paper
Damage Information:
small dent and mark on shade
Size:
7" W x 46" H
Color/Finish:
red/cream

Why We Love This

White ceramic lamp with walnut insets and finial designed by Gordon Martz for Marshall Studios of Veedersburg, Indiana. Original large, glossy red shade included. Wired with a 3-way socket. The shade has a couple of marks at the very top left side and back.
As described by Nueve

About Nueve

Nueve features a great mix of unique 20th-century finds chosen with an interior designer's eye for color, shape, and size. Owner Anna Alvarez is constantly searching out interesting furniture and objects in the original Furniture City, USA.