Antique c1920′s Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era

Antique c1920's Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era

Antique c1920's Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era

Antique c1920's Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era

Antique c1920's Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era

Antique c1920's Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era

Antique c1920's Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era

Antique c1920's Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era

Antique c1920's Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era

Antique c1920's Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era

Antique c1920's Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era

Antique c1920's Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era

Antique c1920's Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era

Please follow the “Read More” link for additional images & details. Antique c1920′s Art Deco A. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era. It is appealing, desirable, & collectible. This beautiful & quite rare Art Deco A. Reiser lamp was intended as a “radio lamp” to grace the top of a radio in a living room. This compact design is an exquisite & exceptionally rare example of Art Deco lighting. Born in Perrysburg, Ohio, on February 10, 1883, Alfred W. Reiser began working for the Western Gas Fixture Company in 1901. He designed and patented a number of lighting fixtures for the Toledo firm over the next sixteen years. In 1919 the ambitious designer and businessman left Western Gas to help start the Reidon Company. In 1922 Alfred W. Reiser Company designed & manufactured electric lighting fixtures from the 1920s on into the 1930s. This lamp was arguably their most magnificent design. The back of the lamp is a tall Egyptian-style semi nude woman with a geometric headdress holding a skirt. Or curtain at her hips. The front displays an Egyptian twin peacock design. At the time of this lamp’s manufacture in the 1920′s, Americans were fascinated with Egypt following Howard Carter’s discovery of King Tut’s tomb in 1922. Egyptian design elements found their way into everything including fashion, architecture & domestic lighting made in Toledo, Ohio. The back is marked A. ” The “302 is presumably a model number. With the exception of newer cord, switch & bulb socket, this lamp is in original condition, with no breaks or repairs. There is typical vintage wear to this antique lamp. There are some scuffs & scratches. It is complete & in working order with the exception of an opaque orange mica paper shade that once wrapped around the backside of the bird screen. We present this piece exactly as it was when acquired. No attempts to clean this item have been made. It was only dusted off for photos. The lamp stands approximately 12.675″ tall, 8″ wide, & 3.75 in depth. Who knows when the next one will come up for sale? This will make a great addition to any home or collection. The photos are the most important part of. We will gladly provide additional photos if more are needed. If you have specific questions, please do not hesitate to message us. Follow us by clicking here–> Add Artswhirld to your Favorite Sellers List. We will make every effort to accommodate you if possible. International Buyers Please Note. Use recycled, recyclable, & previously used packaging whenever possible. We urge others to do the same. Welcome & thank you for your interest in the items we have listed today. We attempt to list rare, unique, & hard-to-find collectibles. The majority of our items are found at estate auctions & estate sales. We describe all of our listed items accurately & honestly. You are invited to read our feedback and judge for yourself. We are committed to good old fashion customer service. Every question is important to us. All questions are answered as quickly as possible. If more photos are needed, we are able to attach 5 photos to your message. We will work hard to resolve the issue to a mutual satisfaction. If you have additional information about our item or you feel we made a mistake, we want to hear from you. We hope that Artswhirld will always have fun, interesting, & appealing items for you to enjoy! Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed! Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Antique c1920′s Art Deco A. W. Reiser Lamp Light Egyptian Nude Woman Frankart Era” is in sale since Wednesday, July 15, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Decorative Arts\Lamps”. The seller is “artswhirld” and is located in Quincy, Illinois. This item can be shipped worldwide.

Comments are closed.

Copyright © All Rights Reserved · Green Hope Theme by Sivan & schiy · Proudly powered by WordPress