Pair of Monumental American Art Moderne Ceramic LampsPair of Monumental American Art Moderne Ceramic LampsPair of Monumental American Art Moderne Ceramic LampsPair of Monumental American Art Moderne Ceramic LampsPair of Monumental American Art Moderne Ceramic LampsPair of Monumental American Art Moderne Ceramic LampsPair of Monumental American Art Moderne Ceramic LampsPair of Monumental American Art Moderne Ceramic LampsPair of Monumental American Art Moderne Ceramic LampsPair of Monumental American Art Moderne Ceramic Lamps

A rare pair of monumental American Art Moderne ceramic lamps circa mid to late-1930's, unmarked Brayton Laguna Potteries (there were foil labels attached to them at one time). Brayton Laguna potteries operated in Laguna Beach, California from 1927 to 1968. These custom lamps once had age-worn gold leafing which was removed to reveal a more understated gloss white. They are mounted on custom black lacquered wood bases, come with their original 3-way sockets and opaline glass cone shades. Except for over all crazing, the condition is very good with no chips, cracks or repairs. Each measures 17" h. from base to the top of the head; 27.5"h., approximately 30" h. with shades from base to tip of the glass shade. Depth is 7", width is 10". Please note that the lampshades are not included. I have a pair of custom shades made for these lamps which need to be recovered. They can be included if you want them. Due to the size and rarity of these lamps, they need to be shipped in 2-3 large boxes to insure safe arrival. I will be glad to answer any questions and send more images of this item.

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Pair of Monumental American Art Moderne Ceramic Lamps

$8,000 USD

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