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Posted 2 years ago


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Hello can anyone tell me about this Rooster lamp? Maybe who made it it appears to be cast metal body with a steel base. This bed is a Frank Duker Bed from Quincy Ill 1873 its signed on the back. I found these in a barn and also amungst another bed room set from the twenties which there are no maker marks There is a tall dressor not shown. Were can I find the makers and values etc.. or do you know Thank you

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  1. stefdesign stefdesign, 2 years ago
    It's usually best to post your mystery items separately. People who are experts on ceramic rooster lamps might know diddly about antique beds. (and furniture experts wouldn't have a clue you have furniture posted because all they see on your listing is a rooster lamp.) I can't tell you how often I rely totally on the image posted, and don't pay attention to the listing title!
    Sorry, I don't have any info about your items, just want to help you maximize your exposure and your chances of getting help.
  2. scottvez scottvez, 2 years ago
    Really neat lamp AND I concur with stef-- suggest you split the lamp and furniture!

  3. JohannB JohannB, 2 years ago
    Prior to radio, farmers relied on thermometers, barometers and wind speed and direction to prognosticate weather conditions. Weather vanes were very instrumental for this. After radio, however, these weather vanes, many of which were roosters, were used as purely decorative items and often made into lamps. These lamps became popular among collectors and soon reproductions were produced and sold. Because the majority of weather vanes were hand made an unique in many ways, identical ones seldom come to market. They were usually made of copper, although could be made of other metals. I have seen your rooster before and it is usually claimed as an older reproduction. I am not an expert on these, so I may be wrong. I would have someone who knows weather vanes and folk art to look at it to be sure. Thank you for sharing.
  4. roosterguy, 2 years ago
    Thank you everyone! That all makes real sense Johann I found it on a farm and there are alot of things around here.

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