Made by the 'Esco Lite Co'. of Los Angeles, CA, this very interesting lamp makes a statement. I recall--as a small child--seeing such lamps on top of the console tvs made in those days, alongside a framed photograph or a clock. My aunt and uncle had something like this next to a framed photo of Hank Williams sitting on top of the console tv--no lie. They loved ol Hank.
This has all the details of the outrageously fun 1950s decor. Gold paint and that particular green tint with the high shine. This is not a lamp that light comes through. It mood lighting, I guess. No damage, still works. I have a 40 watt bulb in it. I wouldn't go any higher. There is some crazing to the glaize on the back, the white part.
Dimensions are: 11" high, 9.5" wide. The base is 5" wide. From the top of opening in back--for the light bulb--to the bottom is 3". The depth of the light bulb area 5". The stamp is still on the back, saying it is an Esco-Lite lamp. Some of these lamps were made in Van Nuys, CA, too.
A fun lamp if you need a night light or a hallway light. Thank you for stopping by. Ask any questions. I'm always glad to answer.
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