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Lamp French Chippy Cherub Angel Chalkware from AllieEtCie.

Fabulous French, chippy, cherub lamp. Found at an estate sale, this lamp was originally finished in a bronze tone finish. I finally decided that this little cherub needed a new life. I painted him with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Paris Grey and Old White. He now looks like he was always meant to be this way.....a perfect Paris cherub lamp!

This lamp was made, (and marked on the back of the base), by the Quartite Creative Corp. in 1961.

This lamp is in perfect working condition, but it does have an old cloth cord, so, as with all older wiring, I would suggest replacing the cord.

The lamp measures: 23” from base to finial, (the cherub is 11” H), and 6” across at the base. It weighs 5 lbs.

The lamp does not come with a shade. I am hoping to create the perfect shade, made from linen and burlap. When I complete the project I will list it separately.

Painted in Annie Sloan's Paris Grey and Old White, this cherub lamp is perfect for your French Chic home!

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: Chalkware, Ceramic, Annie Sloan Chalk Paint
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 123 reviews
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