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Author Topic: Mckee Art Deco uranium lady lamp  (Read 1739 times)

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Offline Ohio

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Re: Mckee Art Deco uranium lady lamp
« Reply #10 on: November 10, 2012, 05:11:06 PM »
Hi guys
Will try and load bigger pics this evening as dashing to work.I tried putting bigger but it kept saying file to large.
Yes there is a light fitting at the back as well as one in the base.The pipe at the back does have a screw on light fitting which I have unscrewed for now till I rewire it.
Ohio I do like the the one you show in the photo and its a lovely amber colour!
I wonder why the Sabino is similar to this one?
Nige I do know that McKee's nude was supposedly influenced by Lalique's Suzanne although Sabino did make not only the single nude, but also a double nude lamp called La Danse so who really knows? I think it was SOP in the 30s for some manufacturers to copy one another if there wasn't a patent or register number issued so just about anything went. Ken.

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