This Benjamin light is sought after among those that collect and trade industrial lighting. It’s elegant simplicity and quality construction give this just the right look. There are a few versions of this lamp and the copper screw in top and heavy 6″ globe lens are one of my favorites. We have a perfect matching […]
We’re just got back from our latest buying trip. This Spring the Brimfield MA. antique market yielded some of our best finds yet. These small early copper and brass shades are just perfect and we found a collection of them. The interiors are silvered and an iron ring holds a thick glass lens. It’s 6″ […]
Architectural Digest has found Radio-guy.com and featured us in the June 2010 “Special Country Comfort Issue”. The article reads… “What’s at the Radio? The offbeat and the funky—scientific models and instruments, old radios even early diving helmets—are part of the trove at Radio-guy, dealer Steve Erenberg’s Westchester County, New York, business. Among Erenberg’s unusual finds […]
This as very unique lamp… It has two matching 5.5″ diameter mirrored X-Ray shades that can be angled up or down. The metal stand is copper-washed brass and has a wild original Japanned finish. The stand also telescopes from 22″ all the way to dramatic table lamp height of 43″ tall. It’s rewired with heavy […]
We just found these off-white glassed 8″ diameter bowl fixtures. There are only 3 and we’ve never seen another example. They’re shown as ceiling lamps but take on a unique modern look when mounted to the wall as a sconce. The shade and canopies are all cast as one piece and show a beautiful clean […]
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