This pair of bronze lamps is signed Claude Victor Boltz and dates from the 1970s. The work of bronze elements are a typical of the work of Claude Victor Boeltz. The base and the structure are in brass, and each bronze sculpture is decorated with a quartz. Each lamp is signed on the back. The dimensions are with the shades.
A pair of 1970s table lamps made from blown glass in gold and black by Pino Signoretto.
This is a set of two table lamps manufactured by La Maison Desny, France, in the 1980s. The lamps have signs of use and age and retain the original wiring.
These Murano glass table lamps were designed by Venini and produced in the late 1970s.
A pair of Maison Charles tables lamps with column-shaped stems and the original step shades.
This table lamp was designed in Italy in the 1970s. It features Murano glass with sixteen angles.
A pair of Hollywood Regency gilded plaster table lamps.
- Set of two Hollywood Regency table lamps - Designed in the shape of a whale - Fabric shade is 22cm high - Base measures W 9cm x D 18cm x H 33cm
This set of two table lamps with brass bases were produced in a Hollywood Regency style.
- Pair of large Hollywood Regency lamps - In chrome and brass - In the style of Romeo Rega - From the 1970s - Height with lampshade: 71 cm
This pair of Hollywood Regency style acrylic and brass column table lamps was produced in Sweden in 1972.
This set of two Hollywood Regency style table lamps is from the 1970s.
This Hollywood Regency style table lamp was made in Italy in the 1970s.
Metal and copper set of two identical Hollywood Regency style table lamps made circa 1960 by the Stiffel lighting company in Chicago, IL. These two lamps have their original shades in excellent condition, and the recognizable patented switch in the base.
These table lamps were manufactured in Belgium by Massive during the 1970s. They were designed in a Hollywood Regency style and draw heavily on Willy Daro designs. These lights have the aesthetic of life-size flowers, sculpted in warm gold brass, with each leaf individually carved and shaped to create a life-like finish. Each light requires one screw light bulb (E14) up to 40W. Massive Lighting was known for high quality and original designs which vary between classic and modernist styles.
This Hollywood regency table lamp from the 1970s is made from brass and resin and retains its original shade with a high gloss black finish.
This pair of vintage Italian table lamps is made of metal. The lampshades are faded unevenly so they are slightly different colors.
This pair of Dutch Hollywood Regency style brass lamps was produced by Herda in the 1970s and retains the original shades.