Michael Taylor Style Plaster Spiral Twist Table Lamp: See Shipping Details
Chunky and substantial Michael Taylor style twisted spiral table lamp. Circa 1980's.
This architectural column form lamp features a textural warm matte gray-ish plaster finish. See how the light changes the colors from direct light, indirect and at night. Enjoy its beauty all day.
In perfect vintage condition, minimal wear from age and use. Two click on/off switch. Tested and working perfectly.
Comes with or without shade. Shade is not original, silver trims on inside that is not visible. Shade has gold and brass trims.
DM for shipping quotes. Can ship via USPS or UPS but need to know zip code.
Michael Taylor's designs are not for the fainthearted. The noted designer, whose experimental practice was informed by his native San Francisco, pioneered the ’80s style we know today as the California Look—an all-white, light-filled aesthetic full of both rusticity and glamour. Despite Taylor’s focus on subtle hues, he was also drawn to compelling combinations of mixed media and abstract shapes. These elements meet in an enduringly popular artifact of his tenure, known on Instagram as the Spiral Lamp—which Michael is often credited for popularizing.