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American Art Deco Copper Table Lamp

This American art deco table lamp is from the 1930’s. The ball shaped body is copper with an array of seventeen brass stars affixed. Sitting on a copper painted wood foot, the lamp has a brass shaft which terminates in a copper finial. The two bulbs are controlled by two hanging brass chains. The lamp is 25” tall.

Edward Kent American Art Deco Machine Age Table Lamp

This American art deco table lamp is from the 1930’s. It was designed by Edward Kent for the Railley Company, Cleveland Ohio. Constructed of black enameled and highly polished aluminum, the lamp is a testimony to the machine age. The downward slope of the three graduated shades is repeated in reverse with the finial. The black enameled shaft is split by three polished aluminum rings. The interior of the bottom shade is painted white to reflect light for reading or work. The diffused light from the next two shades is colored by red and green painted interiors. The lamp is 18” High, has been rewired and is in excellent condition.

Kurt Versen Art Deco Table Lamp

Kurt Versen (1901-1942) designed this table lamp for Kurt Versen Inc. New York ca 1935. The lamp has a circular chrome base, an offset chrome support with chrome ball on top and two chrome arms which hold a round aluminum shade which swivels up and down to direct light where it is needed. A chrome finial tops the shade. The lamp is 14" high.

Markel American Art deco Swivel Shade Table Lamp

This American art deco nickel plated desk lamp was made by the  Markel Corporation of Buffalo, New York. The base weight is formed with “Markel Electric Prod.  Inscribed”. The two piece shade with a stacked top of three discs is surmounted by a three step finial with a ball on top. A “S” shaped support links the shade to the round base. The lamp is 14” tall.

Markel American Art deco Swivel Shade Table Lamp

This American art deco nickel plated desk lamp was manufactured in the 1930’s by the Markel Corporation of Buffalo, New York. The “speed” era is represented in the lamp with raised “speed” lines on the bottom and stepped rings on the top of the swiveling shade. The base has incised speed lines around a stepped shaft with three “ray gun” disks. An art deco stepped finial sits atop the lamp. The lamp is 14” tall

Markel American Art Deco Copper and Chrome Table Lamp

This American art deco table or desk lamp is from the 1930’s. The lamp has a copper stepped base and shade and a chrome switch housing, support and finial. It has the markel blue metallic tag on the bottom and has been rewired and polished. The lamp is 14” tall

AMERICAN ART DECO MAHOGANY AND CHROME TABLE LAMP

This smart 1930’s American art deco table lamp would fit in about any room décor. The lamp features a flat chrome base and a chrome circle, which supports a circular disk of solid mahogany. A matching chrome circle sits atop the mahogany and three vertical chrome “speed” lines connect the two. The lamp has it’s original stepped finial and a new linen shade. It is 22” high, has been rewired and is in excellent condition.

Kurt Versen Cork and Copper American Art Deco Table Lamp

This rare table lamp was designed by Kurt Versen (1901 – 1942) for the Kurt Versen Company in 1935.  The base and shade are covered in cork and the shaft and support are in polished copper.  The shade swings out from the shaft to provide a wider range of light on the surface.  The lamp is 16 ½” high, 10 wide and 18” long.  It is in excellent original condition with only the copper polished.  The lamp has been rewired.

French Art Deco Demilune Alabaster Lamp

This 1930’s French art deco table or "mood" lamp is from the 1930’s. The lamp is constructed from two demilune pieces of pale alabaster decorated on the front with three chrome balls and three smaller chrome balls. The lamp has been rewired for American electricity. It is 16" wide, 3 ½" deep and 8 high.  

Pair of American Art Deco Tube Lamps

This pair of American art deco tube lamps are from the 1930’s. The lamps have a marble base sitting on three chrome feet, a chrome and black metal structure and milk glass shade. The three "sky scraper" finals on each lamp add a futuristic touch. The lamps are 15" tall and have been rewired.

Pair of Austrian Art Deco Table Lamps

This pair of Austrian art deco table lamps are from the early 1930’s. The white marble shaft sits on an ebonized wood base which matches the wood finial. The hand made ribbed linen shades are typical of the country and period. The lamps are each 17” tall and 6” in diameter (at the bottom of the shade). They have been rewired for American electricity.

A Large Markel American Art Deco Double Shade Lamp

This American art deco bright nickel table lamp was manufactured in the 1930’s by the Markel Corporation in Buffalo, New York. At 14” high it is taller than its little brother (TL 013). It has a domed base and the support is more curved. Both dome shades also are different. The lamp has been replated and rewired.

Pair American Art Deco Faries Flash Gordon Table Lamps

This pair of "Flash Gordon" styled table lamps was designed in 1936 by Bert A Dickerson for the Faries Manufacturing Company, Decatur, Illinois. The lamps, which are of superior quality, are finished in bright nickel and are in excellent condition. The 17" tall lamps have a shade that is 13" in diameter. The lamps have been rewired Price: $2,900 the pair

MULLER FRERES French Art Deco Geometric Table Lamp

This very geometric 1930’s French art deco table lamp features a quadripod base and ribbed column with four thumb screw shade holders.  The Muller FreresMuller Freres
[Founded in 1895] 

(Muller Brothers) in Luneville, France, was one of the premier glassmakers of the period. The Mullers produced art glass competing with Daum and Galle from 1895 till the war intervened in 1914. Resuming production in 1919, the company concentrated on ceiling fixtures, wall sconces and table lamps. The Depression caused Muller Freres to cease production in 1933 and finally close down in 1936.
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frosted glass shade is their rarest and most geometric…with buttresses, setbacks and a domed top it was probably hard to cast.  The shade is signed “Muller Freres, Luneville”.  The lamp is 11 ½” high.

Markel American Art Deco Double Shade Table or Desk Lamp

This large American art deco table lamp was made by the Markel Company of Buffalo, New York in the 1930’s.  The lamp, in brilliant nickel, has a stepped base, speed disks in the central shaft and a double shade with the distinct Markel finial on top.  The lamp has been replated and rewired and ready for your desk or table.  The lamp is 23” high and 15” diameter

Jumo French Art Deco Table Lamp

This French art deco table lamp was made by the Paris, France firm Jumo in the 1940’s.  The black Bakelite base has five sets of three raised lines as décor and a white plastic switch.  The black Bakelite shaft starts with a round cylinder and then spreads upward with raised wings.  The metal shade and cup are in cream lacquer.  A copper ring separates the base and the shaft, a copper fitting holds the cup and a copper finial is on the top.  The lamp, which is 18” high and 17” in diameter is in good original condition, except for being rewired for US electricity.

French Art Deco Wrought Iron Table Lamp with Frosted Shade

This 1930’s French art deco hand wrought iron and acid etched glass lamp is ideal for use on a desk or occasional table. From its triangular base the three sided column rises with three sections on each side, each section worked in a circle within a circle, the circles staggered. At each corner of the base is a support with curled ends which support the shade. The frosted glass shade is acid etched with vertical stripes ending in a series of circles on the top. Overall, the lamp is 15 ½” high, the shade is 7” high and 10” in diameter.

Markel American Art Deco Double Shade Table Lamp

This streamline American art deco bright nickel table lamp was manufactured by the Markel Corporation of Buffalo, New York in the 1930s. The lamp features a base with two discs and a swiveling double shade which directs a pool of light for reading and an upper shade which allows a diffused light to emit. The lamp is 12” high, has been replated and rewired.

Italian Art Deco Table Lamp by Paolo Venini for Venini

This Italian art deco table lamp was designed in 1934 by Paolo Venini (1895 – 1959) for Vetri Soffiati Muranesi Venini & Co., which he founded in 1925. From his “Diamante” line of artistic glass, the twisted, spiraling crystal glass base supports a custom silk shade which emulates the base and a glass finial. Rewired for US electricity, the lamp is 29” tall. The base measures 8” wide and 3” deep.

Walter Von Nessen Table Lamp

This nickel plated table lamp was designed by Walter Von Nessen (1889 – 1943) for the Miller Lamp Company in the 1930’s. The two tier “Pagoda” style shade is topped by an opalescent glass finial. The lamp is stamped on the bottom "The Miller Co" and numbered "31034". It has been rewired and measures 14” high and 9” diameter.

American Art Deco Bankers Streamline Desk Lamp

This very large and striking American Art Deco Bankers' desk lamp is the absolute best Bankers' lamp I have ever seen! The nickel shade is supported by two square curving bands that lift the shade up from the square rectangular base. The base has ridges for your pens or pencils. A similar lamp appears in the movie "Carlito's Way" on Al Pacino's desk. It will be featured in the book, "American Art Deco Lighting" which is in the works at this time. Measures: 16" high x 18 1/2" wide x 6" deep. Rewired and is ready for use!

Streamline American Art Deco Markel Desk Lamp

This American art deco desk lamp from the 1930s was manufactured by the Markel Company of Buffalo, New York. The rectangular black composition base is highlighted by "speed" stripes. The pivoting shade supports finials and stepped up light switch all speak of the period's fascination with the machine. The lamp has been rewired. It measures 11" high and 12" wide. We've had several variations of this lamp in the past so we're happy that this one came our way!

Gilbert Rohde American Art Deco Table Lamp

Gilbert RohdeGilbert Rohde
American [1894 - 1944] 

Gilbert Rohde was one of the pioneers of American Modern design. Starting in the late 1920's, Rohde designed furniture for clients and his own furniture retailed by others. In 1930 he designed a line of furniture for Heywood Wakefield and beginning in 1930 until 1944 he designed for Herman Miller Company, using a variety of new materials and techniques. While Rohde designed for several other furniture manufacturers his work for Herman Miller remains his best work and some of the best work of the period. Rohde's designs for clocks for the Herman Miller Company and lamps for the Mutual Sunset Lamp Company are classics of the Art Deco era. ***We are actively buying Gilbert Rohde furniture as well as other top designers and art deco furniture from the period.  Please contact us if you are wishing to sell.*** Contact Us: (305) 442-8743 artdeco@ModernismGallery.com
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(1894-1944) designed this American art deco table lamp for the Mutual Sunset Lamp Company, Brooklyn, New York in the 1930’s. The square base has three sections divided by an indented line. On each side of the center brass shaft clear one inch diameter glass tubes catch the light from the original milk glass diffuser. All the metal parts are made of polished brass. The lamp is marked on the bottom “MSLC” (Mutual Sunset Lamp Company) and “4060” (the model number). We recently had a pair of the same design in brushed nickel with the number “4600”...The difference being the type of metal. The lamp is 23 ½” tall and is in excellent condition. The shade is not original to the lamp.

Wolfgang & Pola Hoffmann American Art Deco Reading Lamp

This American art deco lamp was designed by Wolfgang (1900-1969) and Pola (1902-1984) Hoffmann ca. 1931. The impressive 24” tall lamp sits on an 8” chrome and black enamel base. The lamp has a revolving cylinder which is rotated by turning the ball finial on the top…allowing a discrete light for reading or, a wall washing light to the rear or, by turning a switch on the base, no light at all. An early version of the lamp is pictured in the December 1931 issue of Creative Art where it is described as “night reading lamp with movable shade designed by Wolfgang and Pola Hoffmann.” The lamp is in excellent condition and has been rewired.

American Art Deco Table Lamp

This sweet little American art deco table lamp is from the 1930’s and bears a resemblance to Flash Gordon’s “ray gun”. The chrome base has three chrome rods held on with chrome balls. Three copper rings encircle the frosted glass tube which illuminates when the switch on the base is turned on. The lamp is 7 ½” high and 4 3/4” in diameter at the base. It is in excellent condition and has been rewired.

Walter Von Nessen American Art Deco Large Conical Table Lamp

This large table lamp was designed by Walter von Nessen (1889 – 1943) for Nessen Studios ca. 1930.  The lamp has a round brass base with two stage brass structure holding two light sockets.  The burnt orange burlap shade has a brass conical shaped finial which holds the conical shade to the lamp base.  The lamps is 32” high and the shade is 24” in diameter at its widest.  The lamp is in original untouched condition.

Pair of Gilbert Rohde American Art Deco Table Lamps with Glass Bases

This pair of American art deco table lamps was designed  by Gilbert RohdeGilbert Rohde
American [1894 - 1944] 

Gilbert Rohde was one of the pioneers of American Modern design. Starting in the late 1920's, Rohde designed furniture for clients and his own furniture retailed by others. In 1930 he designed a line of furniture for Heywood Wakefield and beginning in 1930 until 1944 he designed for Herman Miller Company, using a variety of new materials and techniques. While Rohde designed for several other furniture manufacturers his work for Herman Miller remains his best work and some of the best work of the period. Rohde's designs for clocks for the Herman Miller Company and lamps for the Mutual Sunset Lamp Company are classics of the Art Deco era. ***We are actively buying Gilbert Rohde furniture as well as other top designers and art deco furniture from the period.  Please contact us if you are wishing to sell.*** Contact Us: (305) 442-8743 artdeco@ModernismGallery.com
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(1894 - 1944) for the Mutual Sunset Lamp Company, Brooklyn, New York in the 1930’s. A four inch square base holds a vertical shaft and circle, all in brushed nickel. The base is horizontally divided  in three parts...the 1930’s speed motif.  On each side of the central shaft clear one inch diameter solid clear glass tubes catch the light from the original milk glass diffuser. The beige linen type shades are new and the lamps have been rewired. The lamps are 23 ½ “ tall and are in excellent original condition. Each lamp is marked “MSLC” (Mutual Sunset lamp company) and “4600” (the model number)   

Original Frankart American Art Deco Table Lamp THE SPIRIT OF MODERNISM

One of the most desired American art deco table lamps!  This lamp, named “Spirit of Modernism”, was designed in 1928 by sculptor Arthur von Frankenberg (1898 – 1992) for his company, Frankart.  An unclothed young lady rises from a fantastic cityscape of skyscrapers and gazes to her right.  The spelter lamp is in its original gunmetal patina and is marked on the back “Frankart” and “© 1928”  the lamp was awarded design patent D77203 and is number L215 in the company literature.  The spelter portion of the lamp is 13 ½” tall.  The lamp has been rewired for safety.  The lamp is pictured in American Art Deco, page 70.

Muller Freres French Art Deco Table Lamp

This classic French art deco table lamp is from the late 1920’s. The hand wrought iron body has a domed base on four scroll feet. A ring of balls surround the vertical shafts which terminate in a collar in another ring of balls. Four arms support the frosted glass shade which is signed “Muller FreresMuller Freres
[Founded in 1895] 

(Muller Brothers) in Luneville, France, was one of the premier glassmakers of the period. The Mullers produced art glass competing with Daum and Galle from 1895 till the war intervened in 1914. Resuming production in 1919, the company concentrated on ceiling fixtures, wall sconces and table lamps. The Depression caused Muller Freres to cease production in 1933 and finally close down in 1936.
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”. The lamp is 13” high and is 6” in diameter. It is in excellent condition and has been rewired for American electricity.

French Art Deco Alabaster Table Lamp

This French art deco alabaster table lamp is from the 1930’s. It will cast a special glow in any room. The lamp have been cleaned and rewired for American electricity. It measures 11 1/1" high.

Chrome and Cobalt Blue Glass Rods Table Lamp

This American art deco table light is from the 1930’s. The circular light has 24 cobalt blue glass rods on a 5" diameter chrome base. Three chrome rods extend to a steped cap topped with a crystal ball. The lamp is mint condition and is 11" high.  

Walter Von Nessen Black & Chrome Table Lamp

This rare 1930’s table lamp was designed by Walter Von Nessen (1899 - 1943). The black enamel double shade and shaft have chrome trim and sit on a black enamel domed base with chrome trim. Von Nessen’s signature glowing glass finial tops the lamp which is 9" in diameter.

Rare KURT VERSEN American Art Deco Table Lamp

This very rare and important American art deco table lamp was designed in the early 1930’s by Kurt Versen (1901 – 1942).  The lamp, virtually hand made, with its domed shade and flat thin base precedes the model advertised by him in the November 1934 Art & Decoration magazine…the copper domed shade has given way to a less expensive shade of cork or Toyo Paper.  The support is 1” bronze tubing.  The lamp has its original socket and works well.  We have resisted the temptation to polish off almost eighty years of patina.  The lamp is 16 ¼” high and the shade is 10” diameter.

Norman Beld Geddes American Art Deco COBRA Lamp

This American art deco reading lamp was designed in the 1930’s by the industrial designer Norman Bel Geddes (1893 – 1958) for the Faries Manufacturing Company of Decatur, Illinois.  Called “The Cobra Lamp” and made of stunning polished copper, the lamp has a unique reflector shade which hides the bulb and causes the light to shine up and be reflected down from the white underside of the shade.  The arrangement makes for a superb reading lamp without the glare of the bulb.  The lamp has been polished, coated with clear lacquer and rewired.  It measures 12” high and 11” diameter.

American Art Deco Table or Desk Lamp

This American art deco table lamp dates from the 1920’s and looks like it may have been on a corner of Dr. Zarkov’s desk.  Black lacquer, bright nickel and a lemon yellow glass tube with black “speed” rings.  The lamp has been replated, rewired and ready for your home.  It measures 15 ¼” tall.

WALTER VON NESSEN AMERICAN ART DECO BRASS TABLE LAMP

Walter Von Nessen  (1889-1943) designed this brass American art deco table lamp for the Miller Lamp Company in the 1930’s.  It features a two tier “pagoda” style shade with an opalescent peach glass finial.  The lamp is 9” in diameter and is 12” high.

MARKEL American Art Deco Table Lamp with Amber Glass Rods

This rare American art deco table lamp is by the Markel Corporation of Buffalo, New York and is from the 1930’s.  The lamp features a stepped base and a curved support in bright nickel.  The nickel housing and flaring shade are separated by 24 amber glass rods.  When illuminated, the light flows out of the adjustable shade and a warm amber glow emanates through the rods.  The lamp is 13 ½” high and has been rewired.

Markel Streamline American Art Deco Table / Desk Lamp

Manufactured by the Markel Corporation of Buffalo, New York in the 1930’s.   This streamline American art deco table lamp features a base with two discs and a swiveling double shade which directs a pool of light for reading and an upper shade which allows a diffused light to emit.  The lamp is 12” high and has been rewired.

Markel American Art Deco Dual Cone Table Lamp

This sleek American art deco table lamp dates from the 1930’s and was made by the Markel Corporation of Buffalo, New York.  The nickel plated lamp has two flaring cone shaped shades suspended from a slanting support…and of course the Markel finial.  Replated and rewired, the 16” tall lamp is ready for table or desk!

Wrought Iron Table Lamp with Daum Freres Shade

This French art deco table lamp dates from the 1920’s. The triangular wrought iron base supports a central shaft decorated with vines and leaves. The swirls on the base are repeated at the top. The double dome glass shade is signed “Daum Nancy France” with the Cross of Lorraine. The shade is orange and yellow in reflected light and a wonderful sunset/sunrise color of pink and palest of green in transmitted light (when the light is turned on). The lamp stands 20” high.

Markel Machine Age Table Lamp

This American art deco table lamp was designed and produced in the 1930s by the Markel Company of Buffalo, New York. The three “speed” rings on the shaft are echoed in the typical Markel finial. This is the largest and most impressive of the Markel table lamps. The lamp has been replated in bright nickel and rewired. It measures 18” high and 15” in diameter.

Table Uplighters

These classic American art deco table torchieres or uplighters date from the 1930’s. The lamps sit on an ebonized wood base with a nickel shaft containing three Lucite rings. The top has a high gloss enamel outside and a white interior for greater reflectivity. The lamps are 17-1/2” high with an 8” diameter top. The bases are 8” on each side.

Fish Luminaire

Seven very deco fish populate this 1930’s French art deco luminaire. Three glass slabs etched with fish and bubbles sit on footed nickel bronze bases. The center glass is illuminated from below and has been rewired for American electricity. The illuminated piece measures 9-1/2” high by 8” wide and 2” deep. The other two each measure 6-3/4” high by 9” wide and are 2” deep.

Markel Machine Age Lamp

This American art deco table lamp was designed and produced in the 1930s by the Markel Company of Buffalo, New York. The three “speed” rings on the shaft are echoed in the typical Markel finial. The lamp has been replated in bright nickel and rewired. It measures 18” high and 15” in diameter.

Markel Table Lamp - Offset

This rare and unusual American art deco table lamp was made by the Markel Company of Buffalo, New York. The lamp shade is offset from the base to give more light for reading. A special feature allows the lampshade to be tilted to change the bulb. The lamp has been replated in bright nickel and rewired.

Pair Markel Table Lamps - Small Double Shade

A streamline pair of American art deco table lamps by the Markel Corporation of Buffalo, New York. Dating from the 1930s, the lamps feature a swiveling double shade which directs a pool of light for reading and an upper shade which allows a diffuse light to emit. The lamps are 12” high.

Markel Tubular Table Lamp

This Markel American art deco table lamp is from the 1930’s. Rewired, replated in bright nickel and ready for your home. The lamp is 18” high and 13” in diameter.

Markel Three Ring Table Lamp

An American art deco table lamp by the Markel Company of Buffalo, New York from the 1930’s. The three stack base supports a two step column with three “speed” rings. The shade is topped with Markel’s distinctive finial.

French Table Lamp with Peach Rods

This French art deco table lamp is simply stunning. Dating from the 1930’s, the lamp is finished in bright nickel and has peach glass rods on the column and a band of peach glass rods around the top of the shade. The lamp is 20” high and 18” in diameter.

Markel Flying Saucer Table Lamp

This American art deco Markel lamp is finished in bright nickel. The three step base is surmounted by a slender shaft with several “speed” rings. The shade is topped with the signature Markel finial. Standing 19” high, the lamp is 12” in diameter.

Three Disk Table Lamp

This American art deco table lamp by Mutual Sunset Lamp Company features a black base and shade. The blond wood shaft is topped by three chrome disks. The lamp has been rewired and is 18" high.

Twin Pink Table Lamp

This French art deco table lamp dates from the 1930’s. It features a nickel base and nickel conical tops with twin illuminated pink glass tubes. The lamp has been replated and rewired for American Electricity. It stands 13 ½” tall.

Edgar Brandt Table Lamp

This French art deco table lamp was designed by Edgar Brandt (1880 – 1960) in the 1920’s. The base and shaft are of wrought iron with bronze centers on the flowers on the base. The "Brandt" stamp on the base. The bronze collar holds an egg shaped alabaster shade. The lamp is 13 ½” high and is rewired for American electricity.

Muller Freres Peach Glass Table Lamp

A classic French art deco wrought iron and pressed glass table lamp by Muller FreresMuller Freres
[Founded in 1895] 

(Muller Brothers) in Luneville, France, was one of the premier glassmakers of the period. The Mullers produced art glass competing with Daum and Galle from 1895 till the war intervened in 1914. Resuming production in 1919, the company concentrated on ceiling fixtures, wall sconces and table lamps. The Depression caused Muller Freres to cease production in 1933 and finally close down in 1936.
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. The six sided peach glass shade with clear and frosted geometric design is signed “Muller Freres”. It sits on a silvered wrought iron base. The foot is rayed, matching the shade. The shaft is decorated with beaded droms of various lengths. Made between 1925 and 1936 (when the factory closed), the lamp is 18 ¼” high.

Faries Table Lamp

An American art deco table lamp in gleaming nickel with four “Speed” discs on the tapering shaft above a domed base. The shade rises in three steps to a very deco finial. The lamp is marked “Faries Guardsman” and measures 17 ½” high. The lamp has been replated and rewired.

Markel Double Harp Table Lamp

This American art deco lamp is by the Buffalo, New York firm Markel and was made in the 1930’s. The lamp has three “speed” rings above the base and the double shade is supported by two harps, a trademark Markel finial sits on the top. The lamp has been replated in nickel and rewired. It measures 14” high. The lamp retains its original foil label on the base.

Markel Art Deco Table Lamp - Small Double Shade

A delightful American art deco table lamp by the Markel Corporation of Buffalo, New York. This lamp features a base with two discs, a double shade and an unusual finial with three discs. The lamp, which measures 12” high, has been rewired.

Art Deco Pair Markel Table Lamps - Stack Base

This pair of impressive American art deco table lamps were manufactured by the Markel Company of Buffalo, New York in the 1930's. The lamps with their three stacked discs on the base and two on the top below a very machine age finial, are a wonderful example of machine age styling. The lamps swivel in and out and from side to side and have been replated in nickel and rewired. They measure 14 1/2" high.

Pair American Deco Nickel Table Lamps

This Pair of American art deco table lamps date from the 1930’s. They feature, in bright nickel finish, a three step base, a tall “C” shaped shaft and a gently ribbed bowl which swivels to direct light where you need it. The lamps, which has been replated and rewired measure 14 ½” high.

Markel Art Deco Bell Accent Lamp

This American art deco table lamp by the Markel Company dates from the 1930s and is completely in bright nickel. While the shade pivots, the lamp is more of an accent piece, a piece of sculpture that lights up. The lamp has been rewired and stands 12" high.

Markel Art Deco Desk Lamp Round Base

This American art deco desk lamp from the 1930s was manufactured by the Markel Company of Buffalo, New York. The shade pivots to shed light where you need it. The lamp has been replated in bright nickel and rewired. It measures 11" high and 9" wide.

Markel Art Deco Desk Lamp Black Base

This American art deco desk lamp from the 1930s was manufactured by the Markel Company of Buffalo, New York. The rectangular black composition base is highlighted by "speed" stripes. The nickel plated pivoting shade supports finials and stepped up light switch all speak of the period's fascination with the machine. The lamp has been rewired. It measures 11" high and 12" wide.

Markel Double Shade Art Deco Lamp

The Markel Corporation manufactured this 1930s American art deco table lamp. The two piece shade allows an indirect light to escape above the bottom shade. The shades swivel to direct the light where you want it. The lamp has been replated and rewired. It measures 14" high.

French Art Deco Pink Ball Light

A French art deco table light with wrought iron base and a pale pink glass globe with an overall decoration of geometric morning glories. The lamp measures 8" high.

Markel Speed Ring Art Deco Lamp

Another wonderful design by the Markel Corporation. This American art deco lamp is from the 1930s and features a series of speed rings on the shaft. The lamp has been replated in bright nickel and rewired. It measures 16" high.

American Art Deco Markel Triple Shade Lamp

A great American art deco 1930‚s triple dome shade lamp by the Markel Corporation of Buffalo New York. The lamp has been replated and rewired and is ready for your home, it measures 14" high and the shade swivels to put the light where you want it

American Art Deco

This American art deco 1930's bright nickel table lamp is by the Markel Company of Buffalo, New York. Markel made lamps that had "Flash Gordon" styling and incredible quality. This lamp is 17" high and has been rewired.

Nickel American Art Deco Lamp

A sharp 1930‚s American art deco table lamp in nickel plate with a step up shaft top and pyramid finial. Rewired and measuring 17" high, this lamp will be a bright spot in any room.

Pair Markel Table Lamps

A pair of very "Flash Gordon" art deco machine age lamps by the Markel Corporation of Buffalo, New York. The lamps have a base with 3 nickel bands on a black background and black Bakelite top. The nickel center shaft is surrounded by four nickel bars, the top and bottom with 3 “speed" rings. The nickel 3-piece shade allows a warm glow to escape while focusing a white reading light below. The lamps are topped by their original glass finials. They measure 21 ½ high.

Machine Age Lamp

This Machine Age American art deco table lamp was made in the 1930's by the Markel Corporation of Buffalo, New York. Nickel plated and rewired it makes a strong statement for your desk or table. The lamp measures 18" high and 15" diameter.

Degue Table Lamp

A French art deco table lamp from the 1930's, this fixture has a flat base resting on four ball feet with four decorative balls and a thin shaft, all bright nickel. The peach pagoda shaped glass shade is signed DegueDegue
[1889 - 1974] 

In 1928 Edouard Cazaux, (1889 - 1974), an artist, sculptor and ceramic designer joined forces with David Gueron, founder of Christalleries de Compiegne. The company was called "Verrerie d' art Degue". They opened a retail outlet in 1930 in Paris on Rue Druout which existed until 1939. The company participated in the decoration of the steamship Normandy, launched in 1935. Their glass was signed "Degue".
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. The lamp has been rewired for American electricity but retains its original white plastic on/off button. Measures 17" high.

Primavera Table Lamp

Designed by Peaudecer et Girault in Tours, France for the design studio "Primavera" of the French department store "Au Printemps". The ceramic body of the art deco lamp is glazed in natural earth tones showing a deer among flowers and trees. It measures 16" high and is signed "Primavera" on the base.

Alabaster Table Lamp

A French art deco table lamp in alabaster with brass fittings. This lamp emits a soft glow that gives warmth to a room. The lamp is 12" high and has been rewired for American electricity.

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