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M.L. Co. 1926 Art Deco/Nouveau/Gothic???

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Posted 2 years ago


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I just picked up this lamp today. I think that I correctly identified the maker: Miller Lamp Company, Edward Miller? It has M.L. Co. Pat Pend 1926. Does anyone have any more information, input or thoughts? What category of style would I put this lamp in? Thanks!

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  1. AmberRose AmberRose, 2 years ago
  2. kerry10456 kerry10456, 2 years ago
    This is unique, I think it looks like Egyptian graphics on the lower half, and the shade appears to be possiblely Palm trees. But to me the four cornes look like native American to me. Neat looking piece, will be watching to see what the results are.
  3. inky inky, 2 years ago
    Love that blue!...:-)
  4. mlaaustin mlaaustin, 27 days ago
  5. Welzebub Welzebub, 27 days ago
    Cool piece. I would classify it as American Egyptian Revival / Art Deco. Patent date is in the heart of what is called the second Egyptian revival immediately following the discovery of KInd Tut's tomb. The first was Victorian era ca. 1870.

    The quality of casting and kind of "mixed signal" design would also put this into a category that is commonly referred to as Dimestore Deco... Kind of classic designs in over the top styles for the "common folk" who wanted "high style".

    Great find.... you do not see these that much any more... especially reasonably complete.

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