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Gloria58's loves4 of 14Antique glass lamp. Unknown Maker. base has internal bulb as well.Vaseline Candlesticks
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    Posted 6 years ago

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    Samuel Clarke is best known for his art glass commissioned fairy lamps. However, he did commission a cut glass design that he used in several configurations as illustrated in his 1887-88 catalog. He simply called this design "Richly Cut."

    The glass is cut and polished from a pressed blank and it has the weight and ring tone of lead crystal. The maker is unknown but I suspect it is British in origin. If anyone has any theories of who may have produced this line of fairy lamps, I would sure like to hear your thoughts.

    Jim

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