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Posted 3 years ago

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marabel
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I inherited this slag glass lamp from my grandmother and I can't find a maker's mark anywhere. It's heavy in weight but fragile due to age. I keep it where it won't be disturbed and use low wattage bulbs. When I received it from the estate, someone had put in a 100 watt bulb on one side and the heat had distorted one panel on top. Very disappointing, but at least I have it now.

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  1. chevy59 chevy59, 3 years ago
    Very Nice Lamp, beautiful colors!
  2. TallCakes TallCakes, 3 years ago
    OMG! Can I just say your lamp is truly stunning. I love the filigree work and the colors of the light in the glass; like a stormy evening sky. Beautiful!!!

    I don't know anything about lamps but here is a site with some lamps very similar to yours where you may be able to get some info:
    http://www.slagglasslamps.com/SlagGlassLamps.html
  3. Phutzy, 1 year ago
    There is a matching lamp on this site, only it is green. Information states this is a Pittsburgh Lamp, Brass & Glass Co. created 1910-20.

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