This is a floor lamp attributed to the Rembrandt Lamp Company. The bronze colored, mixed-metal lamp features a tulip-shaped tripod base and a double bulb socket with pull chains. The painted mesh shade features a scrolling design withing a rectangular border. The shade also contains a crystalline finish meant to catch the light and accent the design. This technique was patented in the 1920's by Alfrie E. Dixon with the patent number on the lamp shade of 1733451. The lamp is in excellent working condition. The crystalline finish was once adhered throughout the shade's design, however some areas have wear to the crystalline finish, as to be expected with age. The lamp measures approximately 62" tall with a base width of 14" and a shade width of 16.25".