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An American circa 1940s chandelier influenced by Empire designs, with draping black enamel shade, mounted with six swan motif arms, each supporting glass bobeches and trimmed with crystal prisms, entirely suspended from acanthus canopy. Wiring and sockets to US standard, requires six candelabra base bulbs.
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A vintage brass umbrella stand, following the manner of French designer Mathieu Mategot, the white enamel basket with perforated detail, circa 1950s.
A vintage 12-light spider chandelier, manufactured in Germany, with curved arms, alternating between polished and white enameled brass, each terminating in single socket, affixed to a rounded flush mount canopy.
A French brass 4 arm chandelier, attributed to Pierre Guariche c. 1950’s, with red lacquered Diabolo shades in the original red finish.
An Italian vintage three-arm chandelier, circa 1960s, with red enameled perforated metal shades (white interior), on curved arms with red ball detail, affixed to a brass frame, suspended from a tapered bright red canopy. Good vintage condition, with age appropriate wear to brass and enamel surface.
A vintage space age pendant light with a white and orange enameled metal shade with brass cap and rod.
A vintage black enameled tension pole floor lamp, produced circa 1970s, with tapered stem and three conical shades, detailed with perforated holes. Good vintage condition, with age appropriate wear, including nice patina to the brass and minor scuffing to the black enamel surface.
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