Skip to product information
1 of 16

Coffee, Tea, Mimi LLC

Vintage Grecian Woman Playing Flute Table Lamp

Vintage Grecian Woman Playing Flute Table Lamp

Regular price $275.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $275.00 USD
Sale Sold out

This beautiful vintage table lamp is the perfect accent piece for a living room, dining room, bedroom, or home office, and is sure to be a conversation starter! Exquisitely detailed Grecian woman playing a flute sitting on a marble column base. Comes with a matching, hand-painted parchment shade.

This lamp will ship in two packages. You will only be charged once for shipping! One package will be the lamp base and the lamp shade will ship separately to avoid damaging it. Does not come with light bulbs!

Unknown maker. Certified by Underwriter Laboratories. Based on the cord style and non-polarized plug, I estimate this lamp is from the 1960s-1980s. Has a gold-painted wooden base, which is felted on the bottom to protect surfaces. Faux marble (resin). Plaster statue. Brass lighting arm, which has adjustable height to make the lampshade sit higher (see last two photos) or lower (first two photos). Has two light sockets for candelabra bulbs.


  • Base: About 20 inches tall by 10.75 inches wide
  • Lampshade: 9.5 inches tall by 16 inches wide

Cord Style: Modern cord with on/off switch.

Light Bulbs Required: Max 40 Watt Candelabra Bulbs (does not ship with bulbs)

In excellent vintage condition. No cracking, scratches, or broken pieces. She is truly in amazing condition, down to her carved fingernails! You will see there are a few small black marks along her white surface. This is typical wear to vintage plaster and it's best to leave it - attempting to bleach it will damage the plaster. Lampshade is also in excellent vintage condition. There is some flaking to the gold paint and a few imperfections, but no rips, tears, or large stains.

How to Care For: I recommend dusting her with a loose duster (either a feather duster or a Swiffer) every so often. For a deeper cleaning, gently use a well-wrung, damp microfiber cloth. I recommend damp Q-tips for getting into all the folds and crevices. Do not submerge in water or soak.

View full details