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  1. Greta Magnusson Grossman
    American, born Sweden, 1906–1999
    Floor Lamp, Model 831

    manufactured c. 1949–1954
    Powder-coated steel, aluminum, and cast iron
    2017.400
  2. Wendell Castle
    American, 1932–2018
    Arch Clock

    1985
    Brazilian rosewood, curly maple, gold-plated brass, and wind and electrical movements with chimes
    2017.302
  3. Lester Geis
    American, 1907–1996
    Adjustable Table Lamp, Model no. T-5-G

    c. 1951
    Enameled metal and brass
    2016.246
  4. Misha Kahn
    American, born 1989
    The Wild One

    2015
    Lutindzi grass, banana leaves, cactus, bone, wood, other grasses, and glass
    2016.25
  5. W. A. S. Benson
    English, 1854–1924
    Clock

    c. 1900
    Brass and enamel
    2015.250
  6. Johanna Grawunder
    American, born 1961
    "Giolight 1" Chandelier

    2007
    Acrylic, stainless steel, LED lighting, and wire
    2014.733
  7. Wendell Castle
    American, 1932–2018
    "Dr. Caligari" Mantle Clock

    1989
    Mahogany, gesso, aniline dye, and quartz movement clockworks
    2007.1708
  8. Walter Dorwin Teague
    American, 1883–1960
    Executive Desk Lamp, Model No. 114

    Designed 1939, made 1939–1941
    Bakelite, aluminum, and cellulose film
    2007.468
  9. Daniel Quare
    English, 1647–1724
    Longcase Clock

    c. 1710
    Walnut , walnut burl, oak, pine, brass, and other metals
    2007.112
  10. Attributed to the firm of William Parker
    English, active c. 1762–1784
    Pair of Candelabra

    c. 1785
    Glass and ormolu
    2006.374.1,.2

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