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1970s cane and rattan light shades

S/N:SP1804

+44 (0)1903 883018

+44 (0)7794 847488


1960s - 1970s

  • £45 Each
  • €51 Euro
  • $58 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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1970s cane and rattan light shades

POACHERS BARN
C. 1970s can and rattan light shades. Cane frame with 'green leaf' section imitating stained glass, made from plastic resin type material designed for use on ceiling lights. Fabulous to fit with trend for rattan furniture and spaces inspired by the natural world.

Overall good condition, cane has slight age to patina. Structurally sound. Photograph shows close-up of one hole in leaf area on one light; although there are a couple of other small areas of minor damage to leaf design they are not particularly noticeable especially when in use. Please see photographs for more detail.
If buying individually, best condition on a first come basis.

4 Available - you can buy individually or all 4

POSTAGE: UK via Royal Mail Parcelforce: £8.80, will be well packed and boxed.
Due to size of each shade, this is the price for one or any number of shades to same address.
You are also welcome to collect from us by appointment in Arundel, West Sussex

Dimensions: 

  • H: 23cm (9.06in)
  • W: 46cm (18.11in)
  • D: 46cm (18.11in)

Period: 

1960s - 1970s

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POACHERS BARN

By Appointment
West Sussex
BN18
United Kingdom

POACHERS BARN is a news business set up by an old hand at vintage antiques.  Selling online and based in West Sussex, any viewings will be by appointment only.

Poacher's Barn sells furniture, both rustic and modernist, and unusual decorative items often re-purposed from rural pursuits and the industrial past; we also sell some higher end mid century pieces.

We source our stock from UK and European markets and auctions, really buying anything that catch our eye and we think may consequently appeal to our customers. Age of pieces usually range from the 19th century through to the 1950s.

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