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Art Deco Twin-Lamp Lady
Impressive Art Deco table lamp by Lorenzl with a young dancer elegantly posing and holding up two lamp holders, each with a globe-shaped glass shade.
This is a quality cold-painted spelter lamp that has been beautifully finished in gold enamel with silver detail. The very stylish lady is wearing a short dress with a ruffled collar and long flared gloves. Her outfit is complemented with a pair of silver dancing shoes.
Condition is very good with just minor loss to the patina here and there. The glass shades are almost certainly not original but that’s not too surprising after more than eighty years.
Overall height is around 51 cm and spread approximately 38 cm.
We have another lamp, item no 12504, which is very similar in style and obviously features the same young lady model.