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North Bend/Coos Bay, Oregon

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Hello, I am a collector, buyer, dealer and avid admirer of almost anything in the Aesthetic, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Arts & Crafts movements. I love art glass and Hello, I am a collector, buyer, dealer and avid admirer of almost anything in the Aesthetic, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Arts & Crafts movements. I love art glass and lamps the most. I find most of my items at yard sales, craigslist and even at antique malls and I can't believe what great things are still out there. Check out my stuff every once in a while, I will post what I find. (Read more)


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Great Miriam Haskell Earrings - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
My Handel Teroca Rambling Rose Lamp - Lampsin Lamps
Plume & Atwood double student lamp - Lampsin Lamps
Jolly Bambino candy eating monkey by Alps - Toysin Toys
Bronze of Eros - Visual Artin Visual Art
Pairpoint pierced metal lamp - Lampsin Lamps
Handel or Albert Sechrist?  - Lampsin Lamps
Harrach glass shade - Lampsin Lamps
Great leaded dome shade - Lampsin Lamps
California Art Tile Peacocks - Potteryin Pottery


  1. Your hanging lamp was made by Revere around 1915-1920. Go to and you can see a table lamp version.
  2. Actually I do, but I don't want to break the rules about soliciting business. I live in Coos Bay, Oregon, so shipping and stuff would be needed. Salem Bros. was a good company. There are not many who ...
  3. Your lamp is a very desirable lamp. It was made by the Pittsburgh Lamp Brass & Glass Company. If you go to you c...
  4. Thank you Spirit Bear, Robin and Scott!
  5. Moonhill is correct. Here is your lamp as a ceiling fixture:
  6. It dates from the late 1920's to the mid 1930's. It reminds me of a company called Lightolier. Here is one that went to auction, it isn't exactly like yours, but is of the same period:
  7. Your shade was made by Pittsburgh Lamp, Brass & Glass Co. early in the 20th century. It would have hung from chains as a chandelier or in a fixture up against the ceiling. Antique hardware is relative...
  8. Your lamp was made by the Pittsburgh Lamp, Brass & Glass Co. around 1910-1920. The top is original and they did many reverse painted farm scenes, so your shade is probably original too. Sorry to hear ...
  9. Your beautiful lamp was made by R Wilkinson Co., Brooklyn, NY in the early part of the 20th century (1910-1920) Check out this one:
  10. Oh and the paper is not paper it is mica. Very nice lamp!
  11. My guess would be OLD MISSION KOPPERKRAFT. Check out this one:
  12. Apollo Studios made pierced brass shades and bases like yours. I had a full floor that was pieced from top to bottom. Check this one out:
  13. The base is Miller, but sadly, the shade is of recent make. The style is art nouveau and Alphonse Mucha. Thank you for sharing.
  14. Hey Glass Goddess, Please look at my recent posts, I need your help, you cute thing you.
  15. I know! I have the "student lamp book" and, basically, it is like the holy grail of student lamps. Never thought I would find one.
  16. Thank you, Jewels1900, please look at my recent post and let me know what you think of the English Arts & Crafts fixture.
  17. It is a weakness!
  18. Sorry, no shades as of yet. Still looking. It needs something spectacular!
  19. I lean to Stuart, but, then again, I am an idiot.
  20. I have seen this before and I am probably mistaken, but I think I remember this as called confetti. I don't know, I'm getting old.
  21. Welcome to CW! Nice find, I can't help you right now, but I hope you get answers.
  22. Not Tiffany, but a very nice piece nonetheless.
  23. Is it WAS Benson with James Powell shade?
  24. It was made by Lightolier in the 20's and 30's. Lightolier is still making fixtures. Usually the original "candles" are missing, yours are good. Too bad you have a few chips to the surface. Still a gr...
  25. Yep, toilet paper cover. My Gram had a few of these in her bathroom in the 60's and 70's. Nice to think about her.
  26. Great lamp. I tend to agree with Moonstone. Not midcentury, closer to 20's or 30's, though a lot of vases were made into lamps throughout the 20th century. Great find!
  27. This is just GREAT! I can't say anything more.
  28. You know you both may be right. I was told it was Harrach, but maybe it is English, Whitefriars? Looks a bit like Powell.
  29. This looks like a medical/dental exam lamp. The switch at the base would allow the doctor to turn on and off with the foot. The transformers or ballasts were for some kind of high intensity discharge ...
  30. The N may stand for Napoleon as Baccarat made several items with the Napoleonic theme. Here is one such lamp:
  31. Wild & Wessel of Berlin in 1865 developed the "Kosmos" burner (Brenner means burner in German). Your lamp is not as old as 1865. Gaudard in France (Kosmos) still produce Kosmos and Kosmos-Brenner lamp...
  32. Thank you Katherinescollections and glasslove for the love!
  33. Possibly The Bent Glass Novelty Company?
  34. Thanks Walter, I forgot about Sechrist, it makes so much sense now.
  35. My guess is The Bent Glass Novelty Company. It just seems their shape and style to me. Great lamp!
  36. Several companies made hanging shade like yours. It does look to have some age to it and the glass can be replaced. It would cost you about what the lamp is worth, but I have repaired several myself a...
  37. It might be Tiffany. It looks like a style of Kew Blas who worked for Tiffany and went out on his own. Either way it looks great!
  38. I don't think it is Tiffany Studios, but it does resemble some designs by R. Williamson. A good resource for leaded glass lamps is I have a few of my own lamps featured there. If you t...
  39. Your lamp was made by The Pittsburgh Lamp, Brass & Glass Co. (PLB&G) around 1915.
  40. It looks like it was made by Phoenix Lamp Co. around 1915.
  41. The lamps were manufactured in Findlay Ohio sometime in the late 1890's by Dalzell, Gilmore and Leighton.
  42. It appears to be in the style of Revere or Apollo Studios. Compare to these.
  43. Your lamp was made by Heintz Art Metal. It is sterling on bronze and would have had a mica lined bronze shade to match. NEVER polish it, the value would be greatly reduced. Here are some similar: htt...
  44. The plate on the bottom reminds me of B&H. If you are able to loosen the nut and take the plate off you might see the mark on it. It is for Bradley and Hubbard. But then again, it might be Miller.
  45. Thanks for the love Radegunder, ho2cultcha, sarahoff and Hunter!
  46. Very nice! I have a floor lamp (NOT as nice as yours!) with the same bakelite sockets. I have no idea who made yours, but WOW!
  47. Thank you aghcollect, blunderbuss2, SEAN68, Lisa-lighting and vetraio50!
  48. I'll bet it's smooooooth!
  49. Thanks Dave, but it's not for sale. They come up on eBay for $1,000-2,000 in various colors. Keep an eye out and you will find one!
  50. Thank you Virginia, tom61375, aghcollect and Moonhill!
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