A pair of vintage reproduction figural nude lamps, likely a reproduction of castings by Lloyd Pascal & Company, Birmingham, circa 1930s. The lamps each feature a figure of a nude woman with uplifted arms, upholding the sockets and harps. Each has a small round white marble disc under the feet, and rest on large square black marble bases. Each lamp has a square shade with rounded edges, dome top and decorative tassel fringe trim, with a polished blue tone marble finial. The lamps are marked with a registration and pattern mark to the verso, “212 RD804865” with a foundry mark as would have been evident in the original.
|Body Materials:||Resin, Stone|
|Working Condition:||Powered on|
|Number of Light Sockets:||1|
- light wear to the undersides.
- measurement of one lamp.