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Flamingos Lamp by Le Verrier*
Art Deco patinated metal table lamp designed as four stylised flamingos, each facing in a different direction.
Signed M Le Verrier on the stem between two of the birds, and mounted on a square, slightly tapered portoro marble base.
With a mottled white pâte de verre glass shade which directs the light upwards.
The total height is just a touch under 39 cm and the base is 10 cm square.
Dating from the late 1920’s and recently professionally rewired to meet current safety standards.