153-ANU-SW Art Nouveau Lady and Tree Design Table Lamp
This beauty beckons visitors into our showroom. Beautiful art glass shade in an amber color represents the moon or treetops. The iron base is cast into a lovely lady waiting below.
This has been copied by competitors but never seen with the dual sockets like we provide. Your friends will think it's a family heirloom.
If you're restoring a period home, art nouveau was popular at the same time electricity became used, around 1895-1915.
A stylish lamp would have been introduced during the late Victorian era, treasured in Mission and Arts & Crafts decor, and you'd see this type of lamp through the Art Deco era as well.
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Height: 22" x Width: 11 1/2"
We recommend low wattage to protect the art glass. Early bulbs were much lower wattage than today.
Uses two sockets up to 40 watts incandescent each. If you use cooler CF bulbs to protect the art glass, you can use a brighter wattage.