Mid-Century Modern Biomorphic Lamps in the style of Heifetz
This pair of mid-century modern biomorphic table lamps featuring a man and a woman are a beautiful green ceramic. Although unmarked, they are likely manufactured by Heifetz Lighting Company which is best known for winning a prize at the MOMA in 1951 for best design for 10 lamp designs.
They are in near-perfect condition and are re-wired with 6' cords. They are not signed, but they are spectacular one of a kind statement lamps!
Shades not included.
Measures 25"H x 6.5"L x 7.5"W
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