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Posted 4 years ago


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I just brought this lamp back from my mother's home after 56 years. I am curious to find out the history behind this beautiful heirloom. I can only find the words Miller, bryant and press on the lamp. It is very heavy and seems to be a combination of brass and pewter. Perhaps someone may add some insight.


  1. kinddragonfly, 4 years ago
    Gorgeous piece. Miller is the maker. There's lots of info out there on the topic. Bryant usually branded the hardware; like the sockets on the shell and on the turn-key itself. The material used to cast the lamp is often referred to as White Metal as it is a mix of metals used at the foundry where the lamp base was poured.
    Thanks for sharing this heirloom beauty!

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