this large and elegant lamp with flared neck above a tapering body highlighted with gilt perimeter bands; resting on a reticulated brass base; excellent vintage condition with minor overall even wear; rewired
each with flaring neck above a tapering body resting on a gilt-metal base; all in a soft translucent frosted glass highlighted with gilt perimeter bands; minor wear to gilding; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; rewired; newly gilded bases
each heavy hand-thrown stoneware lamp with incised abstract decoration; each signed "RT74"; possibly by artist Ron Taylor who studied under Ken Ferguson at the Kansas City Art Institute; good overall vintage condition; rewired
centering a triple-baluster column emanating scrolled solid-brass arms with original drip pans; terminating in a large sphere with ring finial; originally candle-lit but now electrified; excellent antique condition with overall even wear and patina; with original 1951 invoice from C.J.
great mid-century design, each ribbed conical-shaped ceramic lamp resting on a concave forest-green lacquered wooden plinth; good vintage condition with no chips or cracks; wooden caps and bases re-lacquered; rewired