Single monumental Parzinger attributed lamp by Stiffel, 1960s. The main stem of the lamp has nine faux candlesticks set in tapered brass mounts and set on a circular brass base. Beneath the shade is an additional three lightbulbs which can be isolated or combined in three different settings (stems only, main bulbs only or both together)


The Stiffel lamp company was founded in 1932, in Chicago by Ted Stiffel. Their lamps were uniquely designed and of high quality metals and finishes. They were usually slender and graceful and because the metals were of high quality, they were heavy. Brass is lightly tarnished

Large Candlestick Style Lamp by Stiffel 1960s

  • Height: 126.0cm
    Width: 46.0cm
    Depth: 46.0cm

    Base diameter is 26cms