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Signed Gallé Cameo Glass Corner Wall Sconce, C1900
Signed Gallé Cameo Glass Corner Wall Sconce, C1900

$5,800.00

Frequently copied, but never truly replicated, this corner sconce is a stunning (and recently authenticated) example of a late Emilé Gallé cameo glass light fixture. It is clear from this incredible piece why Gallé was such an icon of the French Art Nouveau movement: the careful detailing on the...

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Pair of Colonial Revival Candlestick Lamps C1925
Pair of Colonial Revival Candlestick Lamps C1925

$575.00

Ah, the allure of simplicity. This pair of Colonial Revival table lamps ably demonstrates that a fixture need not be elaborate to be enchanting. Elegant, yet unadorned, the candlesticks themselves are relatively common, while they support a pair of lovely frosted and cut glass shades. Who would w...

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All-Glass Peachy Boudoir Lamp C1940
All-Glass Peachy Boudoir Lamp C1940

$275.00

Intended to look like the candlestick holders that used to traverse 18th and 19th-century homes at night, this little table lamp does not even crest 12" in height. While its non-electric ancestor would have also featured the handle and smoke bell, this little lamp is anchored by an electric plug,...

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Art Deco Desk Lamp W/ Peacock Figure C1930
Art Deco Desk Lamp W/ Peacock Figure C1930

$525.00

Likely French, this little table top lamp features a proud peacock figure standing in the shadow of a blue-tinted ruffle glass shade, which is bent like a flower. The shade points down toward the task at hand, and also lends light to the little built-in dish in the cast metal base. A fun useful d...

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Classic Gilt Boudoir Lamp W/ Crackle Glass Shade c1925
Classic Gilt Boudoir Lamp W/ Crackle Glass Shade c1925

$325.00

A classic example of late-1920s styling, this small portable lamp with its dramatic fluted base and gorgeous crackle glass shade would have been used beside a bed, on a radio cabinet, or perhaps on a mantel for modern theatrical effect. Retains its original stunning gilt finish.

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Cast Floral Table Lamp W/ Crackle Glass Shade C1925
Cast Floral Table Lamp W/ Crackle Glass Shade C1925

$325.00

This darling lamp, which barely crests 12" in height, features a wonderful floral casting with stylized petals and leaves. Topped with a crackle glass shade, the diffuse light from this little lamp glows warm and soft. A lovely addition to any bedroom, bathroom or upstairs hallway.

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Pair of Baroque Style Candelabra Table Lamps C1920
Pair of Baroque Style Candelabra Table Lamps C1920

$850.00

All-glass light fixtures have enjoyed several vogues in the last three centuries, starting with French Baroque chandeliers and sconces in the early 18th century. More recently, electrified editions like the examples seen here became popular in the Revival era of the 1920's. Dripping with crystal ...

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Adjustable Art Deco Pin-Up Lamp Pat. 1936
Adjustable Art Deco Pin-Up Lamp Pat. 1936

$325.00

Designer and patent holder Edward Kanter had high expectations for this wall light. He hoped the general public would find it "readily portable, attractive, easily adjustable, durable and inexpensive." It is certainly a unique piece, but does it measure up to his description? We think it does. In...

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Classic Moderne “Wall Pocket” Pin Up Sconce, C1935
Classic Moderne “Wall Pocket” Pin Up Sconce, C1935

$275.00

An almost theatrical example of the perfect balance between modern and traditional that was captured so well in the second half of the 1930s. This wall sconce (or “wall pocket” as it would have been called at the time) offers a warm wash of glare-free light downward that will lend drama and sophi...

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Charming Pair of Romantic Drape-Lite Sconces C1935
Charming Pair of Romantic Drape-Lite Sconces C1935

$450.00

If you are looking for something unique, something unexpected, something with history, then look no further than this pair of darling Romantic 'Drape-Lite' pin-up sconces, made by the Railley Corporation of Cleveland, Ohio in 1935. Ideal for a small bedroom or along an upstairs hallway, the dimin...

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Mid-Century Wall-Mounted Pulley Lamp C1955
Mid-Century Wall-Mounted Pulley Lamp C1955

$975.00

What's not to love about this engaging wall-mounted light? We're enamored by the versatility, which allows the lamp to move along both a vertical and horizontal axis. The swing arm moves the brass and mica-laden shade left and right, while the weighted pulley adjusts the light up and down. Simply...

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Swooping Mid Century Teak and Brass Table Lamp C1960s
Swooping Mid Century Teak and Brass Table Lamp C1960s

$500.00

Comprised of teak and brass, this Mid-Century table lamp features many popular themes of the day, including bent wood and mixed media. The organic scroll of the teak reaffirms the natural components of the lamp, and the Classically-inspired brass body grounds the light in more traditional styles....

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Mid Century Wood Lightning Bolt Table Lamp C1950s
Mid Century Wood Lightning Bolt Table Lamp C1950s

$475.00

According to the inscription on the bottom, this charming table lamp was handmade in the 1950's, perhaps as a wood shop project in school. The shade is made of plastic that mimics veneered wood, while the body of the lamp is made of the real thing -- teak, we believe. The lightning bolt compositi...

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Mid Century Cowboy Table Lamp C1960s
Mid Century Cowboy Table Lamp C1960s

$600.00

Howdy, Partner! This fantastically fun and graphic table lamp features a wagon wheel crafted from oak, crowned by an oval resin parchment shade. The shade boasts a screen-printed image of an old west desert scene, making this the perfect addition to any Cowboy's ranch.

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Pair of Whimsical Candelabra Lamps W/ Floral Motif C1925
Pair of Whimsical Candelabra Lamps W/ Floral Motif C1925

$750.00

This pair of stunning Revival Style table lamps feature delicately crafted leaves and flowers, which bloom alongside two candlestick lights. A popular improvement on traditional candelabras, candelabra lamps were often overly ornate and highly decorated, with plenty of cast ornamentation and ador...

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Atomic Polished Chrome Table Lamp C1955
Atomic Polished Chrome Table Lamp C1955

$575.00

Inspired by the thrilling space race, this dashingly modern table lamp offers a different look at the "Sputnik" trend of lighting. In polished chrome, this tiered fixture features 5 bulbs, which ascend from 6" in height all way up to 33" in height.

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 Pair of Cast Dolphin Figural Lamps C1920s
Pair of Cast Dolphin Figural Lamps C1920s

$575.00

Inspired by chamber lights of the previous century, this pair of figural side lamps feature cast dolphin heads as the finger holds and fin-like scallops on the flame covers. The polychrome green and gold striping is completely original, giving this pair of lights one of the most unusual finishes...

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Romance Revival Pewter Boudoir Lamp C1930
Romance Revival Pewter Boudoir Lamp C1930

$275.00

Inspired by the hand-held candelabras of the 18th and 19th centuries, this delightful little table lamp can now travel only as far as its electrical cord allows. This fixture has a wonderful faux hammered texture and the socket is encased in a bundle of leaves, adding a further touch of whimsy t...

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Romance Revival Boudoir Lamp C1930
Romance Revival Boudoir Lamp C1930

$260.00

Intended to look like the candlestick holders used to traverse 18th and 19th-century homes at night, this little table lamp does not even crest 12" in height. While its non-electric ancestor would have also featured the handle and smoke bell shade, this little lamp is anchored by an electric plu...

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 Romance Revival Boudoir Lamp C1930
Romance Revival Boudoir Lamp C1930

$320.00

Intended to look like the candlestick holders used to traverse 18th and 19th-century homes at night, this little table lamp does not even crest 12" in height. While its non-electric ancestor would have also featured the handle and flame protector, this little lamp is anchored by an electric plug...

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 Pair of Historic Revival Candelabra Table Lamps C1930
Pair of Historic Revival Candelabra Table Lamps C1930

$575.00

Set atop strap stands that combine organic and geometric elements, these Historic Revival candelabra lamps date from the 1930's. Surprisingly simple, the lamps offer an inconspicuous lighting solution that still takes style and history into consideration. Ideal for side tables in a guest bedroom...

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Romance Revival Candelabra Table Lamp C1925
Romance Revival Candelabra Table Lamp C1925

$275.00

Inspired by the hand-held candelabras of the 18th and 19th centuries, this delightful little table lamp can now travel only as far as its electrical cord allows. The original polychrome has been fully restored so that every painted surface stands out as much as it would have when completed in th...

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 Art Deco Copper Clip Shade Lamp C1935
Art Deco Copper Clip Shade Lamp C1935

$325.00

This dandy little Art Deco lamp boasts one of our favorite trends of the era: the clip on metal lamp shade. This feature gave tiny desk lights from the 1930's and '40's a modern, architectural feel, which is emphasized here by the crescent hoop. While the hoop looks structural, it is actually com...

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 Pair of Nautical Table Lamps with Hand Painted Shades C1940s
Pair of Nautical Table Lamps with Hand Painted Shades C1940s

$550.00

Ahoy! Each of these darling lamps feature a highly polished cast anchor, which angles jauntily to allow the shade to point downward. Just as charming as the body of the lamps are the hand-painted shades, which are soft pink with thin black lines. This pair of nautical lights would be perfect on y...

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End of the Trail Radio Lamp C1940s
End of the Trail Radio Lamp C1940s

$350.00

When technology became common place in the 1930's and '40's, consumers were afraid that the low glow emitting from radios and televisions would damage their eye sight. So, charming Radio and Television Lamps like this one became popular, adding a little more light to the room and often serving th...

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 Cast Aluminum Ship Television Lamp C1940s
Cast Aluminum Ship Television Lamp C1940s

$475.00

When technology became common place in the 1930's and '40's, consumers were afraid that the low glow emitting from radios and televisions would damage their eye sight. So, charming Radio and Television Lamps like this one became popular, adding a little more light to the room and often serving th...

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Chalkware Radio Lamp w/ Trio of Horses C1940s
Chalkware Radio Lamp w/ Trio of Horses C1940s

$450.00

When technology became common place in the 1930's and '40's, consumers were afraid that the low glow emitting from radios and televisions would damage their eye sight. So, charming Radio and Television Lamps like this one became popular, adding a little more light to the room and often serving th...

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 Boy at Wishing Well Radio Lamp C1931
Boy at Wishing Well Radio Lamp C1931

$375.00

When technology became common place in the 1930's and '40's, consumers were afraid that the low glow emitting from radios and televisions would damage their eye sight. So, charming Radio and Television Lamps like this one became popular, adding a little more light to the room and often serving th...

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 IAS Co Spanish Galleon Radio Lamp C1935
IAS Co Spanish Galleon Radio Lamp C1935

$575.00

When technology became common place in the 1930's and '40's, consumers were afraid that the low glow emitting from radios and televisions would damage their eye sight. So, charming Radio and Television Lamps like this one became popular, adding a little more light to the room and often serving th...

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Gilt Charioteer Radio Lamp w/Green "Brain" Shade, c1930
Gilt Charioteer Radio Lamp w/Green "Brain" Shade, c1930

$550.00

What a Roman charioteer would be doing galloping across the top of a radio cabinet we couldn't say, but this fellow may have been doing just that for decades before he found his way to us. Popular from the late 1920s through the Depression, cast white metal radio lamps like this were the mantel c...

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Pair of Courtly Mantel Lights
Pair of Courtly Mantel Lights

$525.00

Don your ermine cape, lift your chalice, and hail the noble mantel torch! We don't come across the particular type of light much anymore (hardwired uprights), let alone with such a courtly manner. Dripping candles hold court above a crown-shaped bracket on this pair of antique torches. Consider p...

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Funky Sunfish Mid-Century Television Lamp C1960
Funky Sunfish Mid-Century Television Lamp C1960

$575.00

When radios became common place in the 1930's and '40's, consumers were afraid that the low glow emitting from the radio dial would damage their eye sight. So, charming Radio Lamps became popular, adding a little more light to the room and often serving the dual purpose of decorating the otherwis...

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 Nostalgic Cast Metal Lighthouse Lamp C1920s
Nostalgic Cast Metal Lighthouse Lamp C1920s

$375.00

Set atop an outcropping of rock, this tiny lighthouse has been rewired and restored to glow for many more years to come. This simple, yet recognizable depiction seems perfectly suited to light a coastal cottage, but this lamp could serve as a nautical reminder anywhere in the country. The socke...

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Gilt Charioteer Radio Lamp w/Amber Shade, c1930
Gilt Charioteer Radio Lamp w/Amber Shade, c1930

$550.00

What a Roman charioteer would be doing galloping across the top of a radio cabinet we couldn't say, but this fellow may have been doing just that for decades before he found his way to us. Popular from the late 1920s through the Depression, cast white metal radio lamps like this were the mantel c...

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Cast Metal Spinning Wheel Radio Lamp C1930
Cast Metal Spinning Wheel Radio Lamp C1930

$475.00

When technology became common place in the 1930's and '40's, consumers were afraid that the low glow emitting from radios and televisions would damage their eye sight. So, charming Radio and Television Lamps like this one became popular, adding a little more light to the room and often serving th...

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Ceramic Hunter Television Lamp and Planter C1950s
Ceramic Hunter Television Lamp and Planter C1950s

$425.00

When radios became common place in the 1930's and '40's, consumers were afraid that the low glow emitting from the radio dial would damage their eye sight. So, charming Radio Lamps became popular, adding a little more light to the room and often serving the dual purpose of decorating the otherwis...

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