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Ben Seibel for Raymor Two Shade Table Lamp

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This versatile table lamp was designed by Ben Seibel, circa 1951, and sold through Raymor. The long arms have pivoting ball and socket joints at both the base ends and the points of attachment to the cone shaped shades. This gives the lamp a wide range of adjustability making it appropriate for various spots and uses. It can illuminate a desk top, spotlight decorative tabletop objects or wall art, or brighten up a dark corner.  

Details

  • Date of manufacture
    1950s
  • Period
  • Condition
    Good. oxidation to the brass, some minors marks and dings, base and shades have been repainted, lamp has been rewired.
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions

    H 27 in. x W 39.5 in. x D 7 in.

    H 68.58 cm x W 100.33 cm x D 17.78 cm

  • Seller location
    Chicago, IL
  • Reference number
    LU81979848603

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