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Hanging Lamps447 of 798White milk glass leaf 1/4"-3/8" thick, 9" tall, with grain, 2 hardware holesBEAUTIFUL THICK GLASS (MORAVIAN STAR?) CEILING PENDANT
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    Posted 8 years ago

    AwesomeOld…
    (8 items)

    Hi,

    Any clues or info about this beautiful light. It needs a few minor repairs but in my opinion is truly stunning. It really comes to light in the dark (ha,ha) no really though, as you should be able to see in my other post of this listing.

    Any help identifying this light would be greatly received.

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    1. mhgcgolfclub mhgcgolfclub, 8 years ago
      Hi
      These lamps are very often found on German Walther glass Rotterdam lady lamps, but I am not 100" certain that they made the shades, they would mostly date to the 1930's or 40's
      Roy

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