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Hanging Lamps177 of 281Tulip Slag Glass Hanging Light Fixture?Pink Bubble Glass Light with Iron Cage
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Posted 2 years ago

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darin
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I just took this out of my Great Aunt's house that she lived in for 74 years.They always called it the Tiffany light when I was a kid and always told me I could have it someday.I moved her into assisted living and am listing the house so I had this removed.I was wondering if anyone could tell me anything about it?It was in my Great Uncle's room and he was a antique dealer in the 60's and 70's and passed in the late 70's.They always said he got it used in the 50's. Any info would be appreciated.My e-mail is :darinpers@aol.com

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  1. JohannB JohannB, 2 years ago
    Hello Darin, your lamp appears to me to be a shade that would originally have been on a table lamp. If it is under 20" in diameter, most likely it went on a base. One of the clues is the metal ring at the center that would help it sit on a base safely. Sometimes a lamp maker would sign the shade on this ring. Look closely at it and you might be able to make something out.
    Although I haven't seen this specific shade before, it looks like it may have been make by Lamb Bros. Co., but many others used shades like this, B&H, Miller, Williamson, etc.
    Value is based on rarity and condition. If there are no cracks in the glass and breaks in the leading, I think the value is $300.00-$700.00. If you put it on a nice period base, value could be $700.00-$1,200.00.
    I hope this helps.

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