This is a circa 1975 Laurel brand side-table floor lamp in very good condition.
The Laurel Lamp Manufacturing Company was founded in about 1941 by Max and Harold Weiss in Newark, NJ, and closed in the early 1980's.
Laurel lamps are icons of the 1960's and 70's MCM movement, with sleek and svelte curves, integrated wood elements, chunky solid Brutalist bodies and gorgeous use of different materials and finishes.
This brass and glass 3 legged side-table lamp is no exception, with sleek bone-like structural elements in its base, the glass table sits just above the legs and seems to float. The lamp features a 3 way socket enabling 3 different brightness choices when using the right bulb.
The lamp has a shade, but it is not original and is in poor condition.
The lamp uses one standard base 3 way bulb (a single element bulb will also work). We always recommend using energy efficient and cool operating LED bulbs.
53" High x 16" Wide
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