A unique and fascinating rectangular floor lamp, circa 1970s. Features a cylinder cream colored, plastic center column two-bulb lighting unit encased on four sides by interlocking panels of smoked Lucite. Chrome vertical bars frame the lamp on all four sides creating a rectangular shape, and are secured at the top and bottom with wood supports. A push button floor switch allows for easy maneuverability. When lit, the contrast of the light filtering through the smoked glass creates a remarkable and stunning effect while providing a soft, warm glow. Truly a rare and geometrical work of art, this lamp is sure to spark curiosity and conversation in any space or setting!
Condition report: Construction sturdy; no cracks or chips to Lucite or wood; minor oxidation to chrome consistent with age and use; lighting mechanism and cord intact.
Date Of Manufacture: 1970s
Period: Mid-Century Modern
Materials And Techniques: Wood, chrome, Lucite, metal
Condition Details: Wear consistent with age and use
Measurements: 51 ¼ ” H x 10 ½” W x 10 ½” D