This 1950s table lamp coordinates well with Mid Century Early American or Colonial style decor. It has a reticulated brass and wood base topped with a beaded milk glass platform and a jar-shaped milk glass body decorated with hand painted rose buds on three sides. The roses are framed in raised leaf designs, and in between the roses are wagon wheel type shapes molded into the glass. The lamp is 28-1/2" tall to the top of the harp (not including the finial), 22" tall to the top of the socket. The glass body is about 9" diameter at the shoulder.
The lamp has a standard harp and small brass finial at the top. It works fine and the brown cord with non-polarized are in good condition. The wood spacers and base have a few very minor marks, otherwise the lamp is in excellent vintage condition.