VINTAGE: A wonderful early seventies design by Laurel Lighting Co. in polished warm-toned chrome and plastic. It’s an unusual double-shaded design. The inner cylinder is opaque white plastic and the outer shade is smoked plastic joined with clear plastic strips in three places. There are three light…
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VINTAGE: A great Italian 1970’s design by Harvey Guzzini in chrome and plastic. It’s a great scale and measures 19wide by 17high. Look for Guzzini lamps in 1970’s SciFi flicks! 475.-
VINTAGE: This is a new one on me. Unusual design in walnut, brass and plastic. This lamp stands 38″ high. The frame is solid walnut with four opaque white plastic sides. These panels slide into place and can be removed to expose a corrugated plastic cylinder which…
VINTAGE: A wonderfully designed 1960’s desk lamp by Nessen (USA). Standing 14″ high, it has a swiveling-domed shade and a cantilevered base in polished chrome. It features a rotary dimmer switch to control the amount of light you want. In great original condition. $345.-
VINTAGE: Here’s an elegant adjustable floor lamp by Laurel circa mid sixties In brushed stainless steel. As you can see the shaft that is topped by the lampshade slides up and down to place the lighting where you like it. In beautiful condition with appropriate new shade….
VINTAGE: Here’s a pretty solid Teak table lamp from the early sixties that was originally purchased at Dean Marshall’s in La Jolla. It measures 26″ high with an appropriate new shade. $345.
VINTAGE: From a stunning Lloyd Ruocco home in Point Loma, a trio of milk glass hanging lamps with brushed aluminum trim. Each measures 12″ high. $125.- each
VINTAGE: Here are a pair of great original Danish Teak table lamps, originally purchased at Dean Marshall in La Jolla in the early sixties. Each measures 26″ high and include appropriate new lampshades. $345.- each
VINTAGE: Fresh from a Rancho Santa Fe estate, a beautiful pair of matching Italian studio ceramic lamps with new shades. Great texture and pattern in grays, blacks and blues on turned, ebonized bases. Circa 1958. Each stands 29″ tall. $850.- for the pair.
VINTAGE: I’m kinda partial to these optimistic free-form lamps of the period. This one has a wonderful abstract sculptural element going on and it is finished very typically in dark brown with gold “spider webbing” overlay. The remainder of the lamp is solid brass. I had a…