Resting on the walnut base of this brass shaded lamp is a hand molded and leafed sculpture of an antique bronze deer acquired by Tony Duquette for his personal collection while on a trip to Kyoto in the 1960's. Duquette believed that the original pair of sculpted bronze deer were used as stair risers to hold wooden treads leading up to an altar in a Japanese temple.
Overall: 26" h. x 22" w. x 14" d.
Base: 2-1/4" h. x 18-3/4" w. x 12-3/4" d.
UL listed for use in dry environments
2 Edison sockets, maximum 75 watts per socket
Specify right or left facing deer. Specify Gold or Palladium Leaf, fittings finished in the metal of your choice.
For other configurations and sizes, see our Shibusa Family.
Duquette Antique Brass, Duquette Brass, Duquette Nickel, Duquette Pewter, Oil Rubbed Bronze