Beneath a pleated, silk shade, a tapering cast-metal arm curves down and inward to a standoff of four thick bands. These simple bands are a classic Art Deco design motif; you can see them throughout iconic New York structures such as the Chrysler Building and Radio City Music Hall. Layered rows of half-circles and bold, confident lines are emblematic of the epoch, as is the rich visual impact of pure metal.
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