Dating to the mid-1930's, these tri-fin lamps are supreme examples of American Machine Age design. Buck Rogers would have been proud to display them in his home. Unfortunately, there are no makers marks and I have been unable to discover any information regarding specific provenance. The lamps have been restored and refurbished and are ready for contemporary use.
Exterior metal surfaces have been professionally finished in contrasting triple plate chrome and glossy black powdercoat finishes. Original porcelain bulb sockets have been refurbished with new old stock of like kind with new insulators.
Original rotary switches have been refurbished with new old stock of like kind. Wiring has been refurbished with new reproduction rayon covered power cord and appointed with new vintage style plugs. The original glass shades are both present and in near excellent condition. These lamps utilize standard candelabra base (E12) light bulbs (not included).Approximate dimensions are as follows: Height with shade: 8-1/4" Base: 4" diameter Shade: 2.5" diameter X 4.75"high (1-15/16" Inside Diameter) NOTED FLAWS Upon close observation, the following flaws are observed: -Original frosted glass shades are free from apparent chips and cracks but do show some slight superficial scuffing/abrasions (there are a few small chips on fitter end which are not visible when installed) -Some of the chrome vertical "fins are slightly warped. Please refer to the final two photos for close-up views of the above General and critical photos have been provided and are a part of the description for this offering. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps".
The seller is "collectingbydesign" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.