Tommi Parzinger Lamps, Chinese Cloisonné and Brass, Signed
Tommi Parzinger Lamps, Chinese Cloisonné and Brass, Signed. Parzinger selected these rich blue/purple cloisonné brass vases to be presented as lamps in the Ocean New Jersey home of Nathan and Janet Appleman in 1956. Nathan Appleman was an oilman and philanthropist and his home was the most important commission of Parzinger's legendary design career. Parzinger added the white lacquered wood caps to the tops and the square bases. Both cloisonné vase have old imported labels. The wood bases are signed with an impressed "Parzinger Originals" mark on the undersides. We have carefully restored the white lacquer parts and replaced the old brass lamp parts with new high quality brass and silk cords. Measures: Total height is 32.5 inches Lacquered base is 7.25 inches square x 1.5 inches H 17.25 inches top of enamel 22 inches to the top of the neck.
Height: 28 in. / 71 cm
Width: 8 in. / 20 cm
Depth: 8 in. / 20 cm