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    Posted 11 years ago

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    I purchased this at auction. It is missing 1 lamp shade. Does anyone know how to tell if it is an original or reproduction lamp? The leaves around middle posts & above the base will slide up & down but I don't see any marks anywhere. Thanks for any help.

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    1. officialfuel officialfuel, 11 years ago
      It's new, but it's still pretty so enjoy it.
    2. colectbon, 11 years ago
      Thank you so much. I do love this lamp & will enjoy it for years to come.
    3. CeeGee, 11 years ago
      Hello, I bought one of these at Habitat for Humanity. Mine has 15 lights but looks very much like yours. Did you find out any more information on it or what it might be worth?
    4. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 11 years ago
      It looks like a Meyda Tiffany reproduction lamp. We sold them in our store in the early 90's. Like official fuel said, enjoy it. Great lighting for antique decor.
    5. colectBon, 11 years ago
      I think it is the Meyda (Dale ?) Tiffany reproduction. My only problem has been in finding the insert for the bulbs to fit and also the "tiny" screws to hold in the shades. I was finally able to find the inserts for the bulbs. However, every time I get the screws the stores tell me they are exactly the same size & will fit.....they will not screw into the opening. I am still searching for more to hold the shades in since they are very heavy & only 2 screws will not hold it into the socket. (I now have a cracked shade!!) The stores are electricity specialty stores & hardware & places that carry a LARGE selection of screws. They have had no suggestions where I might search next so maybe someone out there can help with this. I also was looking for replacement shades exactly the same but they don't seem to be available either. Maybe someone who carries replacement parts. Thanks.

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