Antique Arts & Crafts Hubbell Wrought Iron Lamp
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Antique Arts and Crafts Hubbell wall mount lamp, with green-painted wrought iron construction, triangular base, curved spade-end arm, original cloth cord, and acorn and oakleaf embossed round plug. This lamp has a brass socket with the curved font Hubbell 250W 250V logo, dating it to 1910-1926. It is operated by a shield-shaped knob with the curved font Hubbell logo on both sides. The round black plug features an embossed acorn and oakleaf design. The triangular base of the lamp measures about 9.25 inches by 5 inches; the distance from the outer end of the socket to the flat part of the base is about 9.5 inches. How this lamp was used is unknown, although it appears to be designed to attach to a flat surface such as a wall or ceiling. The cord is about 4 feet long. Condition is good. The lamp operates very well, and the cord shows minimal wear for its age with one small area of fraying to the cloth cover. The iron parts appear to have the original paint which is worn, scuffed, and missing in some areas. The socket and knob both show surface wear. Please refer to the 4 photographs for appearance and condition. Shipping / packaging will be $10.00.
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- Width: 5 inches
- Height: 9.25 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 1.13 pounds