Vintage Stiffel Lamp Table

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$195.00
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This c. 1970s Stiffel lamp table is a time capsule that includes the original Stiffel shade and finial! The lamp features an ornate neoclassical column design with a Roman chalice base above the white laminate table surface with a long, elegant white candle rising from it. The shade features an ornate swag and tassel motif at its upper edge and a strong black band at its lower edge joined by vertical pinstripes. 

This lamp is in very good condition overall and shows light to moderate use. The cord and socket are in very good condition. 

Dimensions: 
Overall 56 3/4" high to the top of the shade.
Table is 16" diameter
21" to the table surface

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