This is a rare Art Deco Speakeasy Lamp. It is made of heavy milk glass and dates from 1929, and has all the charm of the roaring 20s.
This is a rare Art Deco Speakeasy Lamp. It is made of heavy milk glass and dates from 1929, and has all the charm of the roaring 20s. Many gambling-themed dice lamps from a slightly later period can still be found today, but this one is slightly different. The bottom of the lamp is decorated like a die, but it is the unusual design on the top sets this lamp apart – four singers with the words “Sweet Adeline”. You can’t help but hear the glorious harmonies of the barbershop quartet and picture the famous boardwalk and opulent gambling scene of Atlantic City. Completely rewired and in excellent working order. Measures approx. 11″x 3.5″
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Archer’s Antiques specializes in restored North American Furnishings and Artifacts. From primitives of the 1700’s to the late Arts & Crafts Era of the 1900’s. A tradition since 1959. For more information please contact me.
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