30 April 2008
TABLE LAMP, CIRCA 1918
glass, internally decorated in shades of blue, green and red, gold foil inclusions
33 in. (84 cm) high
engraved mark Daum Nancy with the cross of Lorraine
By descent from the consignor's grandfather for whom the lamp was specially made by Paul Daum for saving his life in battle during the First World War.
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Noël Daum, Daum Art Déco, La Nuée Bleue, Nancy, 2001, p. 22 (design variant illustrated).
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