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Modernist Table Lamp from Charles Ranc
Art Deco bronze table lamp from Charles Ranc with a strong modernist design and form.
Dating from around 1925, this is a strikingly eyecatching lamp from a renowned maker. Very nicely cast, with a floral and foliate design to the gently curved stem contrasting well with the more solid geometric look of the base.
The glass shade is unsigned but probably from Muller. The base is signed C. Ranc in the bronze.
Approximately 37 cm in height and rewired to meet current electrical standard requirements.