This classic 57 inch tall floor lamp dates the 1920s. It has a large socket at the center top, surrounded by three candelabra style lights with sockets sized for regular light bulbs. The cast iron base is sponged gold over white with a gold gilt painted circular inset with an embossed scrolly leaf pattern. A clambroth slag glass insert with streaks of green and gold is mounted between the base and ribbed metal column.
The white paint has some minor chipping to the center column. The switch knob controlling the three candle lights is missing, though the switch can still be turned without the little knob. The wiring will need to be replaced or repaired, as the original silk-wrapped cord is patched to the brown lamp cord with electrical tape at the base. The lamp has no rust and no signs of abuse or harsh treatment.