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    Posted 7 years ago

    CWRB
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    Hope someone can help me determine the maker and age of these lamps. One of the lamps has a patent stamp, but it's not clear. They measure 8"dia at the base with, a 14" spread and are 18" tall. The lamps are brass and each has illuminated glass windows which are hand painted from the inside. There is an amber vase is in the center of each lamp. Amber tear drop glass dangles hang off the ends of each leaf surrounding three bulbs. Any information would be helpful.

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    1. CaseyS, 7 years ago
      I found mine here in Pittsburgh at a little hole in the wall. Not sure what I paid as I was on a surprise junket.
    2. CreativeOldGeezer CreativeOldGeezer, 7 years ago
      I recently posted a very similar item that is a floor smoker's stand. The glass and bronze holder looks identical to yours other than the painting. Let me know if you receive additional information and I will do the same for you.
    3. CreativeOldGeezer CreativeOldGeezer, 7 years ago
      These would look great next to my ashtray.
    4. TracMay, 1 year ago
      I’m thinking these lamps may be from Germany. I have one very similar and inherited it from my family which originally came from Germany. But I’m only guessing, maybe a place to start looking for information on them. Let me know please, if you find any information on them. Thank you.
    5. PatB, 12 months ago
      I found this thread googling, and am very excited - these lamps are very similar to the one I'm searching for information about. Mine was also inherited from my Polish grandparents, who had it forever. Neither brought it with them from Poland, as they left as teenagers with few belongings. They built a house in the early 1920s and the lamp was old when I was a child in the 1950s. Originally, I now recall after seeing the photos above, it had the orange flame-shaped bulbs, too, but they are long gone. Mine has four branches, with most of its amber glass pendants still attached, and the base is similarly painted glass, but in the shape of an upside-down pyramid. I have taken a photo, but don't think I can attach or include here. Any origin info appreciated! It may have been a gift from a relative from Eastern Europe, as they had no German connections.

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