End of the Trail Radio Lamp C1940s

Item #R3203


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 the dual purpose of decorating the otherwise "homely" technology. This picturesque chalkware lamp features a rendition of James Earle Fraser's often copied End of the Trail statue, in which he depicted a mourning Native American. In our lamp, the figure is framed by a piece of hand-painted glass, which serves to diffuse the light from a small bulb at the back of the fixture.

Price $350.00

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Product Specifications

  • Finish: Original Polychrome
  • Height:7-1/2"
  • Width: 6-1/2"
  • Base Length: 5-1/2"
  • Base Width: 4"
  • Sockets: (1) 60W


  • Historical Style: Mid Century
  • Notes: Glass disc is a replacement

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