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The Musso and Frank

From 83
It takes its inspiration from the place of the same name in the movie “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” with Brad Pitt and Leonardo Di Caprio, where you can see all kinds of bottles. In one scene one of the two stars is drinking a whiskey.
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The Chicago

From 83
Named after the major city of trade and influence during the Prohibition period in the 1920s.
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The Blind Tiger

From 83
It is inspired by the name of the main attractions of Speakeasy clubs of the Prohibition period in the roaring 20s, a statue. If you wanted to see it, you had to buy a ticket that included a welcome drink.
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The Ulysses

From 83
Still inspired by the Prohibition era. The Ulysses takes its name from James Joyce's book in which the word “Speakeasy” was written for the first time.
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The Speakeasy

From 83
It takes its name from the 1920s Prohibition period. Specifically inherited from the name of the illegal clubs of that time, where the guests inside had to "speak softly".
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The Barberia (The Barber Shop)

From 83
This Lamps is name after the most popular activity chosen by people, through which it was possible to enter a Speakeasy club (a secret place, typical for the period, in which the consumption of alcohol was forbidden). By entering a secret door and usually pronouncing a password that few people knew, it was possible to start the party.
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The Young Speakeasy

From 83
It takes its name from the famous Prohibition period. The clubs of that time were called "Spekeasy", and since they were illegal, it was essential for the guests inside to speak softly.
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The Poker

From 83
Ispirated from the Prohibition period of the 20s, this Lamp takes its name from the game known by those who attended secret clubs such as the Speakeasy.
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The Saloon

From 83
Takes inspiration from the Prohibition period. The Anti-Saloon League was founded in 1893 in Ohio. It was an organization that was against the sale of alcoholic beverages and gained most of its support from the church and temperance societies.
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The Delano

From 83
This Lamp is inspired by the Prohibition period. It takes its name from President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who, decided after 14 years to end this historical moment with a proposal that was accepted on December 5, 1933.
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The Living Room

From 83
Drawing inspiration from the Prohibition period in which the word “Living Room” was used to call the places where people chatted and listened to Swing music while sipping alcohol.
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The Noble

From 83
Inspired by the historical moment of the American Prohibition period of the 1920s, also known as The Noble Experiment. It was an attempt for the United States to moralize society through a series of amendments.
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