Brass flower table lamp in the Brutalist style of Willy Daro designs, by the Belgian lighting company `Massive Lighting`, 1970`s ca. Thoroughly cleaned respecting the antique patina. Newly rewired & earthed with gold-tone silk cable, new black plug and new black switch on the cable. Crown Gold light bulb included. This table lamp is ready to use. This decorative table lamp consists of 6 quality cast naturalistic textured leaves on a brass gilt frame. The golden brass tone reflects a warm light creating depth & interesting reflections. The center is finished playfully with a brass lamp holder, perfect for a decorative light bulb such as a Gold Crown light bulb (as photographed). The sculptural frame consists of 6 leaves, 3 facing upwards and 3 facing downwards. The bottom leaves also serve as the base of the lamp which adds stability and creates a continuous organic sculptural form. The centre of the light consist of a (E27) lamp holder covered with a decorative brass tube. Carries 1 large standard screw light bulb E27 up to 60 watts; presently fitted with a Gold Crown light bulb of 60 Watts (as photographed). This light bulb is included in this price. Replacements are easy to purchase in most lighting shops or over the internet. Alternatively it is possible to use any other E27 light bulb shapes. A photograph is included of this light with clear `Antique Filament Decorative` bulb to serve as an example of a subtle look. This lamp is in very good condition. The frame has the original vintage patina adding character with some minor rubbing on the gilt in line with age. Packing is offered free of charge. We take special professional care while packing. The lamp would be bubble wrapped and boxed safely for transport. This lamp could easily be posted in the mail.MASSIVE LIGHTING HISTORY - Massive Lighting or `Lustrerie Massive` was founded in 1926 in Belgium. For much of its history the company was family run and in 2000 was honoured as `the best lamp producer of the year`. Massive Lighting was known for high quality and original designs which vary between Classic and Modernist styles. In 2008 the company became part of Phillips Corporation.