Antique Lighting Crescent C-Arm Desk Lamp Arts & Crafts Early American
Antique Arts & Crafts crescent c-arm desk lamp with a charming Quezal art glass shade.
Arts & Crafts Early 1900’s Crescent Japanned Desk Lamp
Featured here at Fickle Moon Antiques is this early 1900’s Arts & Crafts period fully adjustable crescent or ‘c-arm’ desk lamp with a much coveted copper oxide finish (copper flashing and or japanned finish) ca. 1920.
Note the unique cord position: these early American crescent or c-arm lamps have the lamp cord exiting near the socket instead of the base bottom.
Presents well and supports a ‘brilliant when lit’ signed Quezal shade.
This lamp has been rewired with period-style cloth cord; new inner socket; antique style turn key or paddle switch; and a new plug.
approximate base dimensions:
height: 22.5″ (lowest setting)
27″ (highest setting)
base diameter: 5.5″
The gold iridescent Quezal shade is in excellent condition with no chips or repairs; signed Quezal on the fitter rim.
approximate shade dimensions:
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