This is a 1950s vintage table lamp made by Deena with its original drum shade and a Revolv-A-Lite 3-way switch located high on the neck of the lamp.
The lamp has an ivory-colored ceramic body texturized with splattered white glaze, a classic Mid Century Modern style. The Revolv-A-Lite barrel-shaped switch in the lamp's neck operates a three-way switch to allow for three brightness settings when using a 3-way bulb.
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28" High x 6.5" Wide (body)
Shade is 15" diameter
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