Posted 2 years ago
I know almost nothing about this lamp, except that I loved it the minute I saw it in a Salvation Army "thrift" shop. Paid $2 for it and rushed home to see if I could learn anything more. I didn't even look for a name on it. A few days later a friend examined it and showed me the print on it. It has some small numbers, then " BRYANT" and the date May 29, 1910. ACTUALLY 100 years old. I was elated.
There are 4 detailed leaves that curve down into the base, below a circular piece. The top piece is rather scalloped and dishes up. Inside it are something like leaves that curve up.
I KNOW that Bryant was NOT the lamp maker. Bryant only made those electrical fittings for them. That seems to be well documented online. If anyone can give me any further information I would appreciate it greatly.