MICHAEL FITZSIMMONS DECORATIVE ARTS
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Reproduction Grueby, Teco, van Erp and Fulper Style Lighting

These are spectacular lamps, of which I am very proud.  The pottery bases are all hand-thrown and decorated by some of the best modern craftspeople working today, and the shades are similarly hand-crafted for us by extremely skilled artisans.  The lamps themselves are flawless, and will handsomely complement any Arts & Crafts interior.  They are not inexpensive, but considering the amount of skill involved on the parts of the many people who join together to make them, they are well worth the cost. Please me with any questions, or if you would like me to find you an original.

Tiffany-style leaded glass chandelier
21" dia x 14"h
3 sockets, 100W each max.
$1800
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This is a great fixture for a variety of uses.  Perfect over a dining table, in an entry hall or stair landing, really anywhere a soft, diffused reflected light is called for.  Since the majority of the light is reflected off the ceiling, there are no hard shadows.  Put it on a dimmer for maximum flexibility of light output.  We have used these in a number of interiors projects, and it is an elegant, beautiful statement.  The chains can be modified for any length drop. 

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NEW!
Limited Edition - only five made
*one left as of 9/2

Calla lily lamp
22"h x 17" dia.
$695 + shipping    ORDER

Hand-thrown pottery base by master potter Scott Draves, one of the founders of Ephraim Faience, with a hand-made mica shade trimmed in silk and solid brass fittings.  This is a sublime lamp, and is only available in an edition of five.  Once they are sold out, that will be it. As they sell the price will go up, so get yours immediately. Shown with embedded birch leaves in the shade, it is also available with plain mica panels.  Please specify when ordering.

 

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Fulper-style mushroom lamp with green crystalline glaze and geometric cutouts
18 1/2"h x 16 1/2"dia - 2 sockets 40W max ea
$2200

Absolutely exquisite.

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Hammered copper beanpot lamp 
18"h x 15"dia - 1 socket 60W max 
Available with parchment shade or silk lined wicker shade  Base is unlacquered, so it will continue to patina and improve with age, just like the originals
$525 with parchment shade/ $795 with wicker shade  (with wicker shade, diameter is 12")
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Grueby-style lamp
with parchment shade
Shown in cucumber with yellow buds.  Also available in dark sage with yellow buds, or in cucumber or dark sage without buds.
27 1/2"h x 21 1/2"dia    1 socket 60W max 
$795

 

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TEMPORARILY SOLD OUT - PLEASE CONTACT US FOR FURTHER INFORMATION!

Teco-style lamp with teco green glaze
17"h x 15"dia - 1 socket 60W max 
Available with parchment shade or silk lined wicker shade
$395 as shown/ $690 with wicker shade
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Craftsman Farms table lamp
glazed ceramic base with hand-woven willow shade
31"h x 17"dia  single 100W socket
$2850    One left!

This is a remarkably faithful copy of the oil font lamp pictured on that great green library table in the great room at Craftsman Farms, Gustav Stickley's home and farm in Parsippany, New Jersey.  Completely hand-crafted by a team of artisans, this is a beautiful, tranquil object, of which there will be no more.  While the quality is extremely high, the demand for this lamp was somewhat less so, and the team is disbanding.  If you are interested, don't delay.

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Reproduction Gustav Stickley woven willow chandelier with hand-sewn lining
31" dia with three sockets and amber glass center*
Standard drop is 24"
$1950 

This is a beautiful fixture that we alone are offering.  Perfect for a sunroom, dining room or entry of a country house or bungalow, or a bedroom in any house.  In fact, it is perfect anywhere. *The center glass panel is now a single piece of hammered amber glass, not a dome as pictured.

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