Image of Set of Two Studio Ceramic Totem Floor Lamps by Rooke, 1960s zoom Price On Request
Image of Set of Two Studio Ceramic Totem Floor Lamps by Rooke, 1960s zoom Price On Request
Image of Set of Two Studio Ceramic Totem Floor Lamps by Rooke, 1960s zoom Price On Request
Image of Set of Two Studio Ceramic Totem Floor Lamps by Rooke, 1960s zoom Price On Request
Image of Set of Two Studio Ceramic Totem Floor Lamps by Rooke, 1960s zoom Price On Request
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Set of Two Studio Ceramic Totem Floor Lamps by Rooke, 1960s

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A set of two monumental ceramic TOTEM floor lamps by Bernard Rooke, England, 1960s.

Beautiful sculptural pieces, made up of ceramic elements in natural tones of terracotta and stone. The round elements are decorated on one side with blue-green crackled glass and a wheel or seed pod design on the reverse. The two lamps are slightly different in their details, as one would expect from the handcrafted pieces; for us, the weight and texture of the elements suggest these could be early production.

Good original condition, with typical weathering and flaws in line with age and the hand-making and firing process, such as rough spots, slight losses to edges and extremities, fine cracks and small chips to the glass. The lamps are presently unwired (see below).

Wiring & shipping:
The lamps are made up of separate sections positioned on a central metal tube. In view of the size and nature of the pieces, they could be dismantled for shipping, then reassembled and rewired at their destination, in line with your local needs and regulations. The pieces are drilled to take electrical wire, and the bases are currently set up for the wire to exit one at the back and the other on the right.

Dimensions (ceramic only):

(i) H 107.5cm x W 25.5cm at base x D 26cm at base
(ii) H 104.7cm x W 26cm at base x D 24.5cm at base

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Bernard Rooke was born in 1938, and studied ceramics at Goldsmiths College in London. In 1960 he set up a workshop in London sharing with ceramic artist, Alan Wallwork. Rooke made progressive sculptural work and early pieces were hand-fashioned using coils and blocks. His work is found in private collections as well as museums and galleries around the world, including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

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