Art Deco spelter figure lamp "Farandole" c. 1930 by Pierre LE FAGUAYS (Fayral) edited by Max LE VERRIER, Paris. Patinated finish, mounted on a rectangular pink marble plinth. 47 cm H. Signed Fayral and Max Le Verrier in the metal.
a german art deco metal figure lamp with an original "alabaster" glass globe, *this particular lamp is probably one of the most elegant (and sought after) of the art deco period's so called "lady lamps".
Nice that shells are used in the lamps. Kind of brings the sea indoors. I wonder if we could use that thematically in the apartment. walzerjahrhundert: Gustav Gurschner, Art Nouveau bronze mermaid lamp with nautilus shell shade, circa 1899
Crochet Baby Ugg-like Boots and other patterns too. Ugg boots give them to me now and I mean now because if my friends saw me wearing them they would freak out. All my friends love bows and what a perfect way to ugg-onsale.