I.A.S. products aren't seen particularly often, and their company history is unknown. Given the dates that appear on I.A.S. lamps, they were obviously intended as decorative or "radio" lamps.
I.A.S. put considerable detail, sculptural and decorative, into this chalkware ship lamp. Photos courtesy of Wayne from Alabama.
|The ship lamp still has the original cloth-covered cord and bakelite plug.|
|It's clearly marked © 1935 I.A.S. Co.|
Of a similar style to other I.A.S. lamps, this one depicts a domestic scene. Photos courtesy of Tom from Lancaster, New Hampshire.
|Back view. As the ship lamp above, it is marked © 1935 I.A.S. Co.|
This I.A.S. lamp is of a similar theme to the one above.
|It is marked, © 1931 I.A.S. Co.|