Maurice Robertson, principal of The Antique and Vintage Table Lamp Co, has had a lifetime’s association with antique porcelain and pottery. He has extended his ceramics expertise into the quality table lamps seen on the company’s site. Well known to local and international interior designers, who have included many of his table lamps in their projects, he has also supplied items of national interest to the official Sydney residence of the Australian Prime Minister.
The Antique & Vintage Table Lamp Co specialise in antique table lamp lighting with an on-line range of over 100 unique, antique and vintage lamps on view.
Lamps are shipped ready wired for the U.S, the U.K and Australia.
You are invited to visit their web site at www.antiquelampshop.com
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