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    Posted 6 years ago

    nicolle777
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    I found this gorgeous lamp, Chandelier or Parlor lamp in pieces but in mint condition. I'm trying to put it back together hence the strange photography! I don't know what era it's from nor the correct name and could really use some help! I think it might be from the 1800s??

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      you're probably correct on the Victorian era for the time frame. Looks like a cranberry bullseye hanging oil lamp; possibly Bradley & Hubbard. nice find : )
    2. officialfuel officialfuel, 6 years ago
      nicolle777, very nice find! Welcome to CollectorsWeekly.

      Michael
    3. nicolle777 nicolle777, 6 years ago
      Thank you all so much! I think I will research farther with everybody's help and may take it to an antique store today to try and get it valued, I will certainly share what I find out. Thank you all again!
    4. nicolle777 nicolle777, 6 years ago
      I will for sure!
    5. nicolle777 nicolle777, 6 years ago
      It motivated me to work on cleaning it up and getting it displayed in my home better so I can sell it easier! And THANK YOU for all of that incredibly helpful information weirdpuckett! So I also found out it's worth is between $800.00-$2000.00! Also found out the biggest hurdle will be finding the right buyer, I am being told that the market for these is a bit zany and may have to consider even taking it to a bed and breakfast, although it is originially meant for a library or office. Also going to check into local antique stores. Really just want to keep it, its so fun and pretty but I cant at this time. Ill let you all know what happens, in the meantime I have more collectable things to solve the mystery on. This site is super helpful, thank you!
    6. nicolle777 nicolle777, 6 years ago
      I absolutely will and thanks again for your help!:)!
    7. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      happened to run across this very close match made by the Edward Miller Brass & Lamp Co. The Bullseye glass pattern is a match as are the details of the prisms, 'chains' and the trim around the top & bottom of the glass shade. (notice that the trim in your image has the top trim upside-down). The glass color is different but with all the identical details I think this is likely by Edward Miller.
      http://www.19thcenturylighting.com/hanginglamps/hanginglamp_pages/mill-cabr-ambhob.html
      there is a similar one listed on eBay with some nice pics.

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