20th Century Black Forest Stag Lamp

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This is a wonderful stag or deer lamp. The stag is standing in front of the tree which is the neck of the lamp. The carving is beautiful.

Black Forest started in the village of Brienz outside the popular city of Berne, Switzerland. Black Forest was driven by the Victorian tourist industry. The carvings became very popular and were exhibited at the 1851 'London Great Exhibition'.



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Details
Place of Origin
Switzerland
Date of Manufacture
c1920s
Period
Early 20th Century
Materials and Techniques
Wood
lamp wirings
workings
Condition
Proper of it's age and use. The lamp has been rewired.
Dimensions
28 in. H x 10 in. W x 7 in. D
71 cm H x 25 cm W x 18 cm D
Dealer Location
Atlanta, GA
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
1112228612398
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