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Renowned for their robust color and intriguing shapes, ceramic table lamps are ideal for virtually any decorating scenario. Whether you’re looking for an antique ceramic table lamp, or merely a newly-made lamp inspired by an antique ceramic lamp design, we have no shortage of show-stopping lamps to illuminate your space.

Set a Mid-Century Mood with Retro Ceramic Table Lamps

Among the most popular styles of vintage ceramic tables lamps are Mid-Century Modern lamps. In the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, designers were fond of using ceramic to create epic lamps in colorful, high-wattage hues. Italian brand, Bitossi for instance was renowned for creating monumental ceramic lamps in their signature color palette of orange, yellow, turquoise, and green. Generally featuring cylinder or elongated urn shapes, these Mid-Centruy ceramic lamps are ideal for evoking a playful, Mid-Century spirit in any space. For an even more youthful take, consider 1970s ceramic table lamps rendered in delightful figural shapes such as Jean Rogers-style hobnob frogs, as well as rams heads, wheat sheafs, and more.

Shop Authentic Ginger Jar Ceramic Lamps & More

When talking about antique ceramic lamps, it’s almost impossible not to mention ginger jar lamps. Beloved by designers for their curvy, lidded urn shape and versatile bue-and-white design, these vintage ceramic lamps are ideal for using in a wide range of room styles, including traditional, Hollwood Regency, contemporary, and Asian-influenced. For those who appreciate the ginger jar lamp’s curvature, but desire something less recognizable, look for ceramic gourd lamps in solid colorways as well as contemporary patterns such as abstract brushstrokes or marbling.