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Pair of Mexican Table Lamps by Zarebski

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Pair of Mexican Table Lamps by Zarebski

1,600.00

A 1960s era pair of Mexican table lamps with a Mayan motif featuring a stepped up base. The lamps are made of mahogany wood and feature Zarebski's patented malachite stone resin mix. Zarebski Industries was based in Cuernavaca, Mexico and run by Michael Anthony Zarebski a polish artist, scientist and inventor. The lamps have been rewired and in order to do so the felt on the bottom had to be replaced but we have retained the original tags as shown. Measures: The height with the harp and finial is 30". The 17 3/4" height listed below is just for the lamp bases. The shades were borrowed from another pair of lamps for demonstration purposes only and are not included in the purchase.

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Mid-Century Modern
Mexico
circa 1960s
Mid-20th Century
   Made of Cast Stone,Wood
Excellent Condition
Wear consistent with age and use
Dimensions
17.75 in.Hx9.75 in.Wx8.5 in.D
45 cmHx25 cmWx22 cmD