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Rare Pair of Bronze Patinated Table Lamp by Oscar Bruno Bach

Pair of Art Deco period bronze patinated Oscar Bach table lamps, each supported by three patinated bronze storks. US crica 1920 Oscar Bruno Bach (Breslau, Germany, 1884 - New York, NY, 1957) German born craftsman Oscar Bruno Bach was one of the most technically skilled and commercially successful figures in the field of decorative metalwork during the first half of the 20th century in New York. Some of his commissions includes the lobby panel for the Empire State Building and monumental plaques for Radio City Music Hall, created in collaboration with Hildreth Meiere Provenance: Pamela K. and William A. Royall, Jr. Virginia

width
8
height
27.75
depth
8

Circa 1920