NOTE: If you have any questions on this item, please feel free to message us before you buy it. Our listing only allows for 10 photos but we will be happy to share other photos if requested. This is a genuine mid-century item and may have some form of age-appropriate wear.
*Because the cost varies greatly with weight, size, and destination of an item, we can't provide a firm and fixed price quote for shipping in the shipping estimate calculator in this listing. Please provide us with your zip code and we will find a competitive shipping quote to your area. We can also provide a shipping estimate for this lamp without the lampshade should you decide to purchase your own shade to suit your home decor.
We can facilitate in-person purchase or pick-up during normal business hours, just let us know in advance so we can place the item on hold until you arrive. If you wish to purchase an item online first and pickup in-person at a later date just let us know and we can remove the shipping costs in advance of your purchase.
Here is a stunning modern early 1970s chrome 3-way table lamp designed by Harold Weiss (founder) and Richard Barr who were the designers at the time for the Laurel Lighting Company. This lamp is commonly referred to as a 'Brushstroke' lamp. This lamp design is also attributed to the award-winning modern designer Maurizio Tempestini by many other dealers worldwide. This chrome lamp sits on a solid metal coated base and is in good working condition. The lampshade is new and matches the original shade shape/size/design.
High – 40.25”
Width – 17”
Depth – 17”
Shade - 12.5"H x 17"W x 17"D
Base - 31"H x 5"W x 7.25"D (without harp, harp is 9.5"H)
This piece and many other fabulous pieces are available for viewing at Refindings (first floor showroom), York PAs antique and architectural warehouse located at 465 E Prospect St. York, Pa 17403. Their hours are Mon-Sat 10-5 and Sun 12-5.
Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions.
All sales are final and we encourage all buyers to contact us for more information on any specific product before purchasing. All of our items are from the mid-century era and may have some age appropriate wear.
Shipping from United States
EFFECTIVE 3/17/20, PLEASE NOTE - ITEMS PURCHASED OVER THE NEXT FEW WEEKS MAY TAKE LONGER THAN NORMAL TO GET SHIPPED AS WE WORK WITH OUR STATE'S MANDATES IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 VIRUS. WHERE NECESSARY, WE CAN OFFER STORAGE ON ALL ITEMS PURCHASED UNTIL WE FIND AND BOOK FREIGHT/INDEPENDENT SHIPPERS WHO ARE EITHER STILL OPERATING, OR ONCE THEY RESUME NORMAL OPERATIONS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING DURING THIS TIME.
Shipping costs on all larger items are based on our average shipping costs set for all large furniture. Please contact us and we will provide an accurate shipping quote based on your zip code.
Because cost varies greatly with weight, size, and destination of an item, we cannot provide a firm and fixed price quote for shipping in the shipping estimate calculator in this listing. We will add the accurate shipping costs to the listing once it’s is agreed upon by both parties.
Our quotes will be for blanket-wrap white glove shipping services, or we are open to other services you may have used prior. We can facilitate pick up or in-person collection during normal business hours whether it be from the customer or a third party shipping service.
As always please feel free to reach out to us should you have any other questions regarding shipping.
Returns & Exchanges
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