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This wonderful brass and mica Oscar Bach (1884-1957) boudoir lamp circa 1930 has a brass shade with grape and leaf overlay, two faces of Bacchus (the Roman God of Wine & Merriment) in the shade as well, over an amber liner, held by scroll work arms joined to a turned standard. The lamp is in good condition, with some visible surface wear, original wiring beginning to show wear, and the lamp is in working condition. A split is visible in the standard near the base. It measures 21" h (with finial) with a 7 ½" diameter base and 7 ¼" diameter shade.
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Oscar Bach Brass Boudoir Lamp with Two Faces of Bacchus
$600 USD SOLD
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