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    A Sheryl Lee as "Laura Palmer" Pair of Table Lamps from "Twin Peaks" and "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me." ABC Television, 1990-1991, New Line Cinema, 1992. Identical bedside lamps probably from the 1950s, wrought iron, hand-painted, base in the form of a blue bird with a branch and flowers above, still in working condition (lamp shades not included); used as set dressing in the bedroom of main character "Laura Palmer" in both the TV series and the film of the cult David Lynch-conceived series; bought by the current owner at the Estate Sale of Patricia Norris, Production Designer for the series, who passed away in 2015. (Please note there is substantial paint loss on both lamps.)
    Height: 11"


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2016
    20th Saturday
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