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    Posted 6 years ago

    seamorelil…
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    HELP. I purchased this lamp at my favorite place, and when I got to the car, it fell apart. The oil globe to the metal base just fell off. LUCKY me I caught it and it did not get damaged. What Can I use to re-glue the metal to the glass base, as it does screw on, but is not safe to stay that way? This is an Aladdin Nu-type Model B that has been electrified. no burner but the shade and oil globe are in great shape. I think the pattern is Majestic Corinthian, but I am a novice in this category and would also ask for the pattern to be confirmed.

    Thank you all in advance for your guidance in helping me with this.

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      can't see any treads for screwing the parts together in the photos. Typically non-treaded parts were/are often held together with dental plaster. Soak to soften and remove any remaining plaster and then re-plaster..
    2. seamorelilfoot seamorelilfoot, 6 years ago
      Thanks, there are threads just 1 row. I will try tour suggestion.
    3. AladdinLover AladdinLover, 6 years ago
      A Majestic and a Corinthian are two different models. Your lamp is a Majestic with green moonstone. Dental plaster is what they used back in the day, but if you want to use modern day technology, you should use a two part epoxy resin. The hybrid Oriental/Lincoln Drape that I posted was glued together using a two part epoxy.

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