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Silver Plated Table Lamp by Faraday & Son

S/N:HH-295

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+44 (0)7866 370030

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c1900

  • £425.00
  • €488 Euro
  • $537 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2017
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A fine and elegant silver plated brass table lamp by Faraday & Son (marked F&S 37 to lead weighted base).
Excellent quality and in very good condition (few tiny losses, some scratches visible under harsh light)
This lamp extends by approx 12"/30cm or so (you would never guess looking at it) with an inner octagonal stem - which can be seen in one of the photos. However please note if you wish to extend by more than an inch the main stem needs to be unscrewed to loosen the added flex within.
Rewired with 2.5 meters (exposed) silver flex.
The original beautifully designed integral switch has been bypassed but the lamp retains an early replacement silver plated switched lampholder.
Dimensions in inches/cms;
19.125"/49cm minimun height ( rising to approx 80cm extended)
5.375"/14cm base diameter.

Period: 

c1900

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HAES ANTIQUES

By Appointment Only
Lancashire
BB12, UK
United Kingdom

WWW.HAES.CO.UK

Edward Haes has been dealing in architectural elements and antiques for the past 20 years, initially sourcing most of his stock from disused public buildings and demolition sites.  Some of his architectural pieces can be found on The Hoarde.

He enjoyed the social history of these places and wishes all his later purchases could have the same perfect provenance.

He continues to buy a diverse range of antiques, with a speciality in lighting, mainly from the UK and sells to dealers, commercial and private clients. He is happy to “tune in” to customers projects and help advise on selecting  the correct pieces.  You can also find some of Haes other items on the Decorative Collective website as well.

Viewings are welcome by appointment only.

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