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01/18/2019 06:45 PM
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1920’S FLOOR LAMP WITH CENTER ASHTRAY PLUS LIGHTER

Age. Circa 1920s
Composition. Metal
Size. 61” high x 13” wide x 12” deep
Rating: 7
Comments. This floor lamp is marked underneath” E103” and is made of cast-iron which makes it heavy for the size. The base has a somewhat leaf design with an urn full of flowers in the front. There is a 9 ¾” wide/deep center tray which has its original pullout cigarette lighter, toggle off on switch for the light as well as a removable ashtray. It has a single bulb light fixture in the middle of the arched top and a fancy finial on the top. A shade hung between the arched panels held in place by a threaded finial as seen in our picture, but sorry no shade is included. Its original finish has wear, shade variations and scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some very minor surface rust and definitely needs rewiring. It appears that there was something in the middle of the removable ashtray, possibly a handle, we are unsure if the top finial is slightly bent or it was made this way and there may have been some type of covering on the top of the cigarette lighter. Needs work but when done it will give you the coolest deco looking smoking stand in the neighborhood.


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