SOLD! Ceramic Pouncing Leopard Lamp – 1950s Era

This is a very colorful lamp depicting a pouncing leopard.  I almost think it was made by someone taking a ceramics class rather than commercially produced, because of the combination of colors, but then again, research shows several variations of a pouncing leopard/panther (in varying colors), dating back to the ’40s and ’50s.  So, your guess as to its source would be as good as mine, I suppose.

Condition:  He is in perfect condition except for a chip on the end of his nose, which unfortunately happened while I was transporting him back to my office.  (I obviously didn’t pack him as well as I thought.)  There was no lampshade along with this piece, I just took one off another lamp for the photos.

Dimensions:  The lamp is 18″ high to the top of the lightbulb.  The base is 5 1/2″ but the leopard itself extends about 3 inches beyond that.  The depth is about 6 inches.

FIRM Price:  $15.00.  Plus 5.5% Maine State Sales Tax of $.83 for a total of $15.83.

Unless we’re having a sale, which would be listed here, our prices are firm.  

Shipping & Delivery:  Free local pickup.  We can deliver within Lewiston-Auburn for a $10.00 delivery fee, or Gray/Portland (along the 202 Route, or just off it) early Wednesday mornings for the same $10.00.  Shipping is $15.00.

For other options, please review our most recent blog on Possible Delivery Options in the Next Week (use the search feature), or our Shipping & Delivery page at

Buying Details:  We are very low tech.  Payment can be made via PayPal, good check (please allow 1 week to clear if not known to us) or cash. 


Or you can email Linda at to arrange purchase, or for a somewhat faster response, text 207-740-2247.  Thanks!

All sales after expenses help support The Grief Warrior Project.

More Photos:  See below!

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