Glass & Metal Co. Table Lamp

Brooke Friedman

Take a look at this incredibly unique Glass & Metal Co. table lamp, offered in our upcoming October 2-3 auction. Dating back to 1920, this fabulous lamp features a “Grape” leaded glass shade, with clusters of grapes in rich tones amongst the foliage of green hues. The intricate bronze tree trunk-form base is attributed to Chicago Mosaic. This is one of only four known examples in the world, making it ultra rare!

Measuring at 36 inches high, the shade is 26 inches in diameter.

For more information about this piece or any items from our auction, please head to our website.

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