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Early and Rare Articulating X-Ray Arm Dental Lamp

First…. We have a matching pair of these amazing lamps. They are priced individually. You can buy one or the pair. In 10 years we have only owned one other example… now we have 2. They were restored at the same time with matching finishes, wire and sand blasted ribbon glass. They look very impressive […]

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Large Electrified Double Articulated Gas Lamp

We love this lamp. The scale of it with all the muscular details give the design a beautiful balanced look. All the brass and articulated fittings are extremely well-made and still retain the original patina. Each arm can swing side to side 180 degrees. The inverted milk glass shades are heavy and have a 13.5 […]

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You may only know us for our lighting collection. But there’s more that inspires us.

  CLICK HERE to see The SciFri interview and collection tour. “Things of Beauty: Scientific Instruments of Yore… For more than 30 years, Steve Erenberg has collected early scientific and medical objects and instruments. Packed with shelves and displays brimming with Victorian medical masks, surreal anatomical models, and futuristic test prostheses, Erenberg’s store/museum in Peekskill, […]

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Important 4 Foot Diameter Arredoluce Chandelier

  Here is another sample of the rare lamps we have been able to acquire from an important Italian collection. We may never have the opportunity to offer so many lamps of this quality again. See this and other Italian Mid-Century Lamps from our most recent buying trip. All are now on display at… Early […]

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Rare Floor Lamps by Angelo Lelli for Arredoluce

If you collect Mid-Century then you already know how rare these lamps are. We just brought the two 1950s floor lamps back from our recent trip to Europe where we were able to acquire both lamps from an important collection. They are modern masterpieces and Angelo Lelli’s most ambitious designs. They were created for the […]

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Hidden in the Woods for Decades.

 We recently had the good fortune to find this monumental 11 foot wide, 8 foot tall carved head among the weeds in a Westchester, New York estate. A bit of research reveled that this was originally a prop from the Wilma Theater in Philadelphia. It was used in Tom Stoppard’s “Invention Of Love”. If the […]

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Amazing Worlds Fair Chandelier

We were told that this one-of-a-kind hand made lamp originally came from the NY Worlds Fair. There were no markings and it’s unsigned so we can’t be sure of its origin. The quality and precision of the machining is beyond what would be found on a lamp. We would guess that it was a 6 […]

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