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    Posted 6 years ago

    ilovelamp
    (2 items)

    Nice green glass and heavy. I can't find one like it anywhere. What kind is it?Is it valuable? I think one like it might be a sewing lamp?Please let me know.

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    Comments

    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      this is a new reproduction/replica lamp based on a Victorian era lamp pattern made by Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co. The pattern is called 'Princess Feather' and can be found with slight variations in a multitude of colors for $40-$70 for the font. Haven't found a seller who indicates maker, but given the vast availability it is likely MIC import.
    2. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 6 years ago
      Your lamp is a replica of a well known pattern called PRINCESS FEATHER. This color is called "evergreen" by the suppliers and was never made originally in this color. They were made in S.E. Asia and sold through a distributor in the southern states in the 80's + RER(BOB)
      PS: Still a great looking lamp!

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