The Lamp was invented by the Laurel Lamp Mfg. Co. Inc. of Newark, New Jersey in the 1950s to 1970s. It was made in rich, smooth, smooth lines, with a squashed round pad molded Mushroom shade in an iced silk matte wrap up.
Tree Lamps were made as the divider, table and floor lighting in a few changing shapes. One table light has a base formed like the St. Louis Gateway Arch and holds the mushroom shade or a modified Teardrop or Acorn shade.
Reasons to buy
I was so captivated by this Laurel lamp, I went scanning for substitution shades, as I just knew there must be a lot of vintage lights out there without a shade. I discovered fresh out of the plastic new ones, made precisely like the firsts and could be used as a part of any light or light apparatus with a neckless shade connection.
These shades would be impressive utilized as hanging swag lights or light pendants.
On the off chance that you cherish the moderate Laurel lamps, this Mid-Century Modern style will compliment and add a warm feeling to any room.
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