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Two Art Deco Ladies*
Very special French Art Deco table lamp by Limousin, complete with original glass shade signed J. Robert.
Dating from around 1925, this beautiful lamp displays as two young naked girls bearing flowers, seated back to back against an ornate central column. Both sport the typical bobbed hairstyle of the Deco age. The column supports an arched canopy under which they sit.
Made of a bronze patinated art metal and set on a very attractive marble base. The width is around 45 cm and the height 37 cm.
This item has been professionally checked and rewired.