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Posted 4 years ago

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Futuresnow…
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I'm trying to identify this slag glass table lamp that we just acquired in a house that we purchased from an estate. There are three colors of slag - a caramel color at the top, a rose color in the middle, and then the green at the bottom. The four panels are 12" wide at the bottom and narrow to 4" at the top. The lamp stands almost 19" high. I've found many lamps that have a solid brass base, but not many with the slag glass base, which is in a cobweb design. I'd appreciate any information, esp. manufacturer, if known, that anyone can share. I found the same color combination in a Bradley and Hubbard lamp online, but nothing else similar. I cannot find any markings on the lamp anywhere. Thanks!

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  1. goodjunk, 4 years ago
    hi...i'm pretty sure it's by reviere studios in new york...
  2. Futuresnowbird, 4 years ago
    Thanks for that information? What are the characteristics that identify it as Riviere Studios? I hadn't come across that maker, so more to research now. Appreciate the information!
  3. irishbroker, 3 years ago
    Send your photo & info to Larry Zinzi (Lawrence J. Zinzi Antiques, 2419 Eastchester Road, Bronx, NY 10469. 718-798-0193.) I found him thru Google.
    ljzinzi@optimum.net
    Good Luck! Bill Tierney
  4. jhull1128, 3 years ago
    Looks to be in the Grape Vine or Pine Needle pattern from Apollo Studios, They and Reviere Studios did many copy's of Tiffany. They made desk sets. lamps and candle sticks well into the 20s. if you Google Apollo Studios you will see links to them as well as some auction sold links.

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