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09/20/2017 08:39 PM
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DOUBLE SOCKET FLOOR LAMP WITH CENTER TABLE

Age. Less than 50 years old
Composition. Wood, brass, metal
Size. 54 high 17 wide x 13 deep
Rating: 7
Comments. This lamp has a wood base with turned mini legs as well as center support. It has a square shelf in the metal with a brass center shaft and a turned wood fixture support. The two light fixtures look like vintage oil lamps with a rear oil reserve tank. The woods finish has wear, small missing spots and scratches/scrapes. This item is in good, sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some wood wear and has some soiling. Give it a good cleaning and it will be a nice addition next to your favorite reading chair.

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