ANTIQUE GREEN PANEL LAMP, NICE DARK PATINA LAMP, EARLY
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For Sale I have a Lovely Antique Table Lamp made by an unknown Tiffany Lamp Manufacturer. The Shade is Hexagonal (6) Sided and Displays a wonderful Green Ripple Glass with White Swirls that are wrapped in a Metal Channel. There are 6 Large Top Panels and 6 Smaller bottom panels. I have been told by a knowledgeable lamp dealer that this is Kokomo Glass and it is definitely the old and not the new Kokomo. This glass looks identical to the Green Glass that was used by Tiffany Studio's New York in their Pine Needle and GrapeVine Desk Sets. In the center of each Panel is a Fleur de Lis overlay and Give this a little bit of that Victorian Flair. I've seen this same type of glass wrapped in a metal channel before with some Handel Table Lamps that I have owned. The shade is mounted to the base with a 3 arm support that attaches to 3 locations in the collar of the shade and extends down to a Round Fitter. This fits very nicely into the Shade Holder on top of the base. The Base displays an outstanding Dark Brown w Black highlights Patina. This matches the Patina on the Channel that is wrapped around the glass. The Base appears to have been an early Gas Lamp at one time and was converted over to Electricity. The Socket is signed "250W 250V P& S Patent Pending" The Metal appears to be a solid bronze or heavy cast metal. It Sits on a Tripod Foot with 3 legs rising up to a Circular platform. The ends of these look like Griffins and the platform is being held up by the inside of their mouths. There is a wonderful Ball Pull Chain Socket and it appears to be in excellent working condition. You can use up to a 100 watt Light bulb as the top is open allowing for the heat to rise and escape. The lamp was recently rewired with the Antique Style Brown Rayon Cord. The Shade and base are considered to be in excellent condition. There are no cracks in any of the glass. This is amazing to have survived over 100 years without damage. It evens retains its early baklite Electrical Plug. I could not find a signature on the base but I was able to locate a number "1081" impressed into the bottom. The lamp is very similar to some Bradley & Hubbards I have seen in the past and it possibly could be. What I do know, this is an early lamp Circa 1890-1900. I know this because of its use as a Gas Lamp at one time. This lamp will look wonderful in any Art Nouveau, Mission , Arts & Crafts, Victorian Style Home.
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- Width: 13.13 inches
- Height: 21.25 inches
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- ART NOUVEAU
- Stained Glass, Brass, Cast Metal