Pair of Stiffel Brass and Ceramic Lamps

This is a classic pair of Stiffel Art Deco Revival lamps with a brass base and ceramic skyscraper squared and stepped body. They are a wonderful design and a fantastic neutral color that would go into any design sceme.

The Stiffel Lamp Company was founded in 1932, in Chicago, Illinois by Ted Stiffel. A talented craftsman, Ted Stiffel had a background in fine arts that gave him a unique ability to design innovative and intelligently crafted lamps, which were also beautiful to behold.

During World War II, the company opened up a screw machine department and produced hundreds of thousands of bolts for anti-aircraft guns and other essential components for the war effort. In 1945, after V-J Day, when most government contracts were withdrawn, Stiffel went back to what it did best, making the highest quality metal lamps.

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Country: USA
Creation Date: 1970's
Materials: Brass, glass
Condition: Excellent
Height: 35"
Creator: Stiffel
Length: 7"
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