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Slag Glass Lamps103 of 130SLAG LAMP (CARAMEL PANELS)Slag Glass Floor Lamp
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Posted 3 years ago

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I picked these up at an estate sale and know nothing about them. I was wondering if anyone here could help as to possible date and what they may be worth.

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  1. southernbelle69, 3 years ago
    Any markings?
  2. EdwardCiliberti EdwardCiliberti, 12 months ago
    I just recently acquired two slag lamps from a family who has had them since the early 1900's. One of them was a beautiful Miller Slag Lamp and the other is the same one that you have, although mine has the base as well as the identical shade.
    I have not been able to find any markings on the shade, base, etc..... The only markings that I did find was on the lamp socket where the bulb goes and it reads...either 660W-250V or W and then underneath is the letter F with a circle around it. It is a beautiful lamp but since they both came from the same family, it appears it is from the early 1900's.
  3. EdwardCiliberti EdwardCiliberti, 12 months ago
    This is a follow up from my earlier posting...The slag glass lamp shade that I have matches yours as in the photo's. However, I have found additional information under the base which is original with the shade. The bottom reads GIM 3182 and also shows 1971 C. I have done additional research on GIM from others on collector's weekly and it appears that these shades might actually be from the 60's and 70's.and not the early 1900's. Mine has also been rewired with new hardware and I also have a finial on top which I do not believe is original. In fact, now that I see your photo's, I don't think there was a finial for this shade.
    It's still a beautiful shade.

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