This is a circa 1920, interesting and unusual iron table lamp that retains its original polychrome finish. This lamp was definitely a studio product rather than a commercially manufactured lamp. The lamp has a 24" height when measuring to the top of the finial. There are 3 curved legs in a triangular configuration--each side is 10". The mica shade has 6 panels and is permanently attached to the base--it has an 11" diameter. There is a single candle-up socket and a base switch. The dragon is wrapped around the stem of the lamp. The polychrome is still bright with very little loss of finish. The lamp has some very sharp edges and would be safer to keep it away from small children. It has been rewired and is ready for use.
Quality Antique American Lights: Arts/Crafts; Deco; Gothic; Neoclassic; Spanish Revival; Victorian.
Sherlock specializes in restored antique American lighting: ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, floor and table lamps, sconces.