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Desk lamp blue adjustable desk lamp Switzerland, c. 1940 42 cm high, 30 cm wide, 54 cm deep

A folding steel desk lamp on marble base, French, circa 1940. 34 cm high

A silver plated adjustable fluted desk lamp, French, circa 1950. approximately 66 cm high, the base 17 cm diameter

George V hallmarked sterling silver desk lamp & glass shade. London 1911, makers B (some small dents), with fitted shade. Height 30 cm (total)

A brass 'Orient Express' desk lamp fitted for electricity. Height 53 cm

Two brass desk lamps, with green shades. Provenance: Purchased from Bazmark Film III - Great Gatsby Prop Sale 38 cm & 49 cm high

After Christian Dell, desk lamp, c. 1930, painted steel (A/F). Height 37 cm

A good pair of chrome desk lamps, Italian, circa 1950, approximately 48 cm high

A stylish black metal angle poised desk lamp, Italian, circa 1970. 55 cm high

A good antique French bronze/brass desk lamp approx. 48 cm high

Antique French Art Nouveau brass & bronze desk lamp, with adjustable shade

A pair of Roosevelt period street lamp form desk lamps, American, circa 1935 74 cm high, 50 cm wide

An M.G. Wheeler 'Sightlight' desk lamp, after the 1930s design, the arm in chromed metal, the shade and base in a crackled black finish, the shade with 'Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.' label. Height 35 cm. Width 57 cm

Brass Cantilevered desk lamp, German c. 1930, with trumpet form shade

A pair of 1930s Bakelite plastic desk lamps, designed by Eric Kirkman Cole, manufactured under licence in Czechoslovakia, with hemispherical adjustable shades on swan neck tilting supports raised from oval plinth bases

Holmgaard, Denmark 1960's white and brown enamelled desk light makers label attached. Height 320mm

A pair of very stylish chromed desk lamps, Italian circa 1970, with domed covers, approx 51 cm high, shade 34 cm diameter

Gerald Abramovitz (born 1928), a cantilever desk light, circa 1961, manufactured by Best & Lloyd aluminium and steel construction of a streamline tubular form with cantilever, raised on rectangular base, 51 cm high.

A chrome desk lamp, with a compressed ovoid shade raised on a scroll ram above a domed foot, 43.5 cm high.

A brass desk lamp, 20th century, the green glass shade over central pillar with lower curved pen rest decorated with floral incised decoration. Height 42 cm.

Bakelite desk lamp, with helmet shaped shade. Height 32 cm (total)