This small table lamp was created in the 1930s in the manner of the Art Deco & Modernist architect and designer, Jacques Adnet, renowned for his luxe and minimal designs in metal and glass. This particular table lamp emulates Adnet's use of simple geometric shapes to create dynamic forms. The lamp's spoked armature is brass, a material echoed in the trimming of its white marble base. The spokes radiate from the center stem to form a kind of harp upon which the white milk glass shade is inserted. When lit, the lamp gives off a warm glow, transforming the milk glass into a rectangular prism of light.
The lamp is newly rewired and equipped with a cord switch. There is a single bulb socket.
11.5 in. height
8.75 in. width