Lennox Porcelain's famous "Leda" torchiere lamp by industrial designer/sculptor Geza DeVegh. This Leda 1930's torchere lamp in Lennox's luscious cream porcelain has been rewired and cleaned back to its pristine original condition. It is 11" tall by 5.25" diameter at the rim and the base is 4" by 4". There are no chips cracks or crazing. Ready to display on your favorite pedestal. Price is for one lamp. Two are available.
Geza DeVegh, born in Hungary, received degrees in Law and Art from the University of Budapest in 1929. He came the U.S.A. and settled in New York in 1930. He worked on the West front of the cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City, among other notable buildings. He became a citizen in 1936 and his career took a turn to industrial design in glass metal and porcelain.
Leda Torchiere Lamp by Sculptor/Designer Geza DeVegh for Lennox
$1,250 ea.Quantity available: 2