Pair of Raymond Loewy Old Forester Liquor Decanter Table Lamps. This pair of Mid-Century lamps features a Raymond Loewy designed bottle that was used when Loewy designed a series of holiday season liquor bottles for Old Forester in the 1950s, this design being among them. These lamps are factory made by Lagin Roselle using the Loewy design liquor bottles, (see original sticker Pic #9). The glass portion is frosted with gold rings - Tops and bottoms are painted gold plastic. NOTE: finials and shades ARE NOT PART of the sale. We will include a set of harps.
- Creator: Raymond Loewy (Designer)
- Manufactured c1950s
- Period 1950-1959
- Raymond Loewy designed for Shell Oil and the logo for the Greyhound Bus and was instrumental in the design of the first Air Force One plane for President J.F. Kennedy.
- Stands 19.5" to top socket,
- Base Diameter 6"
- Considering age these are in overall great condition - Lamps have new wiring, cord and plugs. ISSUES TO MENTION: one of the lamps has a two hairline cracks on the plastic base (see Pic#8). These have been repaired and reinforced so there should be no future problems. Do not effect the usefulness or the safety of the lamps.