Each tall ovoid lamp with deep yellow and olive-green drip glaze incised with textured bands of geometric design; raised on a black metal base; in excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; rewired.
the square table with serpentine sides adorned with black hand-tooled perimeter border; raised on faux bamboo supports; refinished with new leather upholstery; Barnard and Simonds Co. (1898-1967), Rochester, NY, moving to Grand Rapids, MI in 1959; purchased by Baker Furniture in 1967
a truly spectacular pair of mid-century urn-form lamps of clear glass infused with pink and white latticework design; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; metal caps and wooden bases regilded; rewired
the hand-blown lamp with long sweeping neck above a bulbous body all in a soft translucent pale yellow glass; with water-gilded wooden base; rewired; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks
April showers brings May, actually, June––flowers; flowers bursting of vibrant beautiful color, just like this large pair of crackle-glaze ceramic lamps in a richly-colored turquoise by Frederick Cooper here at epoca. These lamps are a perfect example of the extraordinary quality associated with the Frederick Cooper Lamp Company established in Chicago in 1923. Frederick was a Chicago artist and was fascinated with the new invention of lamps and tried to incorporate the elements and flavors of American architecture of that time which has been carried on through the generations. Visit our gallery at 1700 16th street @ Kansas to see these and other fabulous lamps at epoca and the new home of Garden Court Antiques. See you soon!