Intricately detailed and impeccably crafted from the highest quality materials – Maitland-Smith lamps are one of the most precious and outstanding home accessories I can think of. If you need an exotic piece that conveys an aura of luxury, elegance and sophistication, look no further than that. Browse the collection below to see what I mean.
Maitland Smith Pair Of Verdigris Patina Brass Monkey Wall Lamps 1953 255
Attractive stylish lamps having unusual brass bases with a patina finish: a monkey sitting on a trunk of a tree pulled with roots and holding an umbrella-shade on a shaft with a finial. It's of penshell in browns and has pendants and trims on edges.
Maitland smith antique brass black lipshell tabletop torchiere table lamp
Torchiere shaped table lamp with dark bronze base combined with antique brass. Black lipshell inlaid shade defines its uniqueness. This Maitland Smith lamp is an example of exquisite handicraft from The Philippines.
The beautifully crafted pen shell shade lamp is a delightful way to impress the interior indeed. The beautiful bird motif on the tree and the unique lampshade blend perfectly into the perfect living room or bedroom.
With this beautiful and extraordinary Orient inspired design, gone are the days of the typical table lamp. A monkey riding an elephant holds an umbrella that serves as a lamp's shade. All this rests on carved pedestal base.
Are you acquainted with Maitland Smith lamps? They're known for their sculptural bases. This monkey shaped lamp is an immediate conversation starter. The warm amber glass shade dangles from the monkey's tail.
A symbol of desire and luxury. But the real crocodile leather one is illegal - for obvious reasons. Maitland Smith lamp features a crocheted, bronze-sculpted crocodile is looking towards the lampshade of the taped brown imitation of crocodile skin.
The marvelous and highly efficient Maitland Smith lamp with monkey motif sitting on the books and trimming the umbrella is a unique and fabulous piece of decor. Beautiful design with fringes is extremely useful.
Maitland-Smith Lamps and Lighting Verdigris Patina Brass Crane ...
Maitland Smith Antique Brass, Faux Verdigris Finished Brass Wall Lamp 1943-130
A gorgeous lamp to improve your den, office, or living room with exotic accents and warm, soothing light. Designed in shape of a capuchin monkey trying to catch the ball. The monkey is made of durable bronze, standing on a leather book design base and holding a penshell shade.
Maitland-Smith Penshell Balloon Lamp normally retails for $1,875.00 but it is 50% off at most places right now!
Maitland-Smith Monkey Table Lamp with Penshell Inlaid Lantern Shade - Lighting - Product
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Maitland-Smith Neoclassic Urn Table Lamp -
A classy electric table lamp featuring a coco palm-like textured stem (with a plume of 'leaves' under a shade and a ball finial) on a 3-tier round base. A conical lampshade is of rectangular creamy faux ivory bone tiles and has wide rope edging.
Stylish chandelier finished with monkey theme. Frame is made of brass and fitted with 7 lights in various sizes. Sophisticated addition for the living room and others interiors according to taste.
Symbolic in its form, this beautiful lamp depicts an elephant, which carries the light on its back. Its solid base is made from patina bronze. It will add the space an oriental vibe.
An amazing and fun lamp with a frog motif under the flower captivates. The solid construction of the base sculpture along with the beautiful lampshade admires the details and is a small work of art that beautifully presents itself in the interior.
Maitland-Smith' Sherwood Finished Cast Brass Dragon Table Lamp
Maitland Smith 1754-840 Lt. and Dark Antique Brass Egret Table Lamp
Maitland-Smith Sherwood Table Lamp
Maitland-Smith Faux Tortoise Pen Shell Shade Table Lamp -
Pair of Maitland-Smith Lamps United States c. 1980's Pair of neoclassical, candelabra-form lamps in tesselated and enameled metal with marble bases. Hand made in the Philippines for the Maitland-Smith company, c. 1980's.