If you're looking for Old World Charm to adorn and adore then consider this pair of vintage Cordey bird lamps coming to you complete with their original silk shades. Made in the 1940s each pottery bird is the focal point of a table lamp that sports a metal base and stem and is topped by a shade, which is held on by its original celluloid finial. Hand painted with hand placed flowers the birds are done is soothing tones of yellow and black with pink and green florals. The lamps are a true pair with one facing the other and that being said, one is slightly taller than the other (the oldest, I'm guessing!) The tallest is approx. 26.25 inches with a shade diameter of 10 3/8 inches at the top and 12 3/8 inches at the bottom, and a base measurement of 6.25 inches. The lamps take regular sized bulbs and are turned on and off via turn switches on the socket, while the shades are attached to harps. The lamps show their age with wear to the gold on the bases and stems. There is crazing present and one lamp is missing a leaf on the back and has a small chip to a flower petal (see pics). Both lamps exhibit separations in areas where the leaves were applied, which is due to age rather than damage (see those pics, too). The shades show well but do have a few issues: one has a watermark on the bottom while the other has a small dark spot in the middle, a burn mark on the inside and a brown mark on the bottom that corresponds with the burn mark (see pics). Despite their age related issues they are a charming pair that work well and will lend glamour and whimsy to your vintage inspired room. Looking for flights of fancy? You found them!