A stunning white vintage art deco globe. Earlier 1920's globes were developed with a frosting for a low key atmosphere. In the 1930's a polished, standout look was more desirred and the frosted globes were replaced with opaline.Collectible Art Deco Chrome was often made by Top Designers. During the 1920s and 1930s, chrome items were referred to as poor man's silver. Never mind that some of it was made in the art deco decades by some of the most important designers of the era. From decorative accessories such as lighting to everyday kitchen objects, it brightened the homes of young couples who couldn't afford sterling silver and was a favorite wedding gift. In those days, most items cost only a few pounds/dollars. Very Good condition - general wear and tarnishing to chrome on base. Full assessment and PAT inspection completed. The full assessment included fitting new earthed lamp holder, 3 core braided cable, along with a replacement 3 pin UK plug conforming with UK electrical standards.
Lamp requires B22 Bayonet bulb. We know that each item is unique and irreplaceable which, makes them valuable.
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