4) Pair Of Italian Bronze Table Lamps
A pair of Italian table lamps made of rectangle glass base, brass structure and cast bronze facades showing a sunset and a sunrise respectively.
Wear consistent with age and use
3) Large Free Form Sculptural Table Lamp
Free form sculptural table lamp in deep blue wood with black shade by Chris Wallis 2000, no 26 of a limited edition. The base is sculpted out of a solid plywood stained and lacquered which reveals the layers in an organic way like yearrings of a tree.
Originally from the United Kingdom.
2) A Signed Maison Charles "Agave A Gorge" Bronze Lamp
A lovely original maison charles “Agave a gorge” bronze lamp with the original bronze and brass shade, fixed with original decorative top finial . Stamped on the back of the base “Charles made in France” with a three light fitting which has been re-wired with new fittings and antique gold cord flex and switch and pat tested.
This lamp was designed by Jaques Charles in the early 1960’s, when Emile-Albert Charles and his two sons, Jean and Jacques, develop the “Charles style,” a blend of classicism, precision, and contemporary touches that represented a new approach to lighting and decor.
1) Jean Claude Mahey Table Lamps Hollywood Regency
Originated from France in the 1970s. A near pair of lamps signed by Jean Claude Mahey. One plain cream and one gold sparkle cream lacquered lamps on brass and chrome pedestal base. Silk curved corners paper shades.
So, there you have it. These were my favourite 5 of antique and retro table lamps on my antique hunt. I learned a lot on this journey about the value of antique table lamps and how some can be known to be long term treasures. I doubt the current modern technological table lamps will ever hold the same value and sentiment like these old collectibles have.