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Steel, Copper and Brass Standard Lamp*
Fabulous Arts & Crafts standard lamp converted to electricity from the original oil lamp.
Crafted from hammered steel with a copper reservoir for the oil and a little additional brass detail.
The lamp stands on three spade-shaped feet and this design is repeated a little over half way up the length where it is further decortated with inlaid circular mother-of-pearl discs.
We’ve never seen anything similar before and reckon this to be a true one-off piece.
The height to the top of the lamp holder is 1.5 metres but this height can be slightly extended by adjustment.
Wired professionally with three core cable and earthed.