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Pair of Chalkware Lamps Attributed to Frederick Weinberg for F.A.I.P.

1,900.00
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Pair of Chalkware Lamps Attributed to Frederick Weinberg for F.A.I.P.

1,900.00

A pair of textured and decorated 1950s ceramic table lamps attributed to Frederick Weinberg for F.A.I.P. The acronym F.A.I.P. stands for Fine Arts In Plaster, a company in Brooklyn, NY that produced lighting and other objects using fired plaster/chalkware. The lamps have both "Atomic Age" decoration other organic details that are a nod to the patterns created by Alexander Girard. The dimensions in the listing include the shade. The dimensions of the lamp bases alone are 6" wide by 4" deep.

Dimensions: H. 30” W. 18” D. 12”


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A pair of textured and decorated 1950s ceramic table lamps attributed to Frederick Weinberg for F.A.I.P. The acronym F.A.I.P. stands for Fine Arts In Plaster, a company in Brooklyn, NY that produced lighting and other objects using fired plaster/chalkware. The lamps have both "Atomic Age" decoration other organic details that are a nod to the patterns created by Alexander Girard. The dimensions in the listing include the shade. The dimensions of the lamp bases alone are 6" wide by 4" deep.

Dimensions: H. 30” W. 18” D. 12”