2 Table Lamps

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Object Name: 
2 Table Lamps
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(A) H: 45.2 cm, L (base): 15.7 cm, W (base): 16 cm; (B) H: 45.3 cm,
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Yellow, blue, colorless non-lead glasses, brown wood base; mold- blown. (A,B) Flared cylinder on tri-part base; tall flared cylinder with ground and polished rim of translucent yellow cased with colorless and rolled overall in yellow enamel and at base, crushed blue frit giving general spotted effect; glass is siliconed to lathe turned hardwood base painted with acrylic enamel paint; base is in three sections - upper is flared circular collar, sitting atop square section with routed top edge, square section sits atop four spheres placed at each corner; porcelain socket with dimmer; inscribed on bottom of base "McDonnell 86".
McDonnell, Mark (b. 1954), Source