1950s Modernist Table Lamps – Brass and Iron with Central Hole Opaline Glass


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    1950s pair of table lamps with modernist design , clean lines and sophisticated material blend. Each lamp features an opaline glass sphere with a distinctive central hole, resembling a monocle, which adds a unique visual interest and allows for a directed light effect.

    The structure of the lamps combines oxidized brass and burnished iron, providing a rich textural contrast and enhancing the overall aesthetic. The brass has developed a beautiful patina that speaks to the age and authenticity of these pieces, while the iron bases lend sturdy support and a subtle industrial feel.

    Designed to accommodate standard bulbs, these lamps are not only visually striking but also fully functional and ready to complement any contemporary or vintage setting. They have been rewired to meet modern safety standards, ensuring they are both a practical and artistic addition to any room.

    Ideal for collectors and aficionados of mid-century modern design, these lamps serve as both illuminative and decorative pieces, perfect for creating ambient lighting in a living room, study, or bedroom

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