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Evoking the Arts and Crafts nature themes of William Morris, this outstanding pair of table lamps are grounded by a heavy brass base in a stylized Asian form. The deep teal green ceramic body is decorated with hand painted coral, red, white and gold floral designs. New wiring and sockets. Sold sans shades.
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Hand painted ceramic body,
Excellent original condition.
28.5 in. H x 5.5 in. W x 5.5 in. D
72 cm H x 14 cm W x 14 cm D
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