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07/14/2024 09:54 AM
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1920íS BRIDGE FLOOR LAMP (NEEDS WIRING)

Rating: 8
Comments. This bridge lamp is 55" high, 8" wide, 14" deep and is circa 1920s. It has a cast iron base with open as well as pressed designs and a solid metal" twisted" center post. The cast iron lamp arm has a sailing ship design and its single light fixture has a pull chain off/on switch. The original paint has wear and scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape having normal use wear, minor surface rust, soiling and the wiring has been removed so it needs replacing. Needs some work but when done you'll have a retro way to light up a darkened corner in your humble abode.


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