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Slag Glass Lamps140 of 293arts and crafts style lampMassachusetts
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    Posted 7 years ago

    adfreeman26
    (23 items)

    Slag glass lamp that I would like to know more about. Shade is marked P H ....have seen many like it but no one seems to know the maker. The shade is close to 16 lbs. The arts and crafts style lamp behind it has no markings and I would like to know if anyone has seen one like it.
    Thanks

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    1. Edisonfan Edisonfan, 7 years ago
      Philip Handel slag glass lamp from about 1906-1920.
    2. adfreeman26 adfreeman26, 7 years ago
      I have solved my own mystery! These lamps were made in Denmark in the late fifties and early sixties so they are reproduction lamps of very good quality. The maker's name is Poul Hornison (hence the P H). Had they been Philip Handel lamps they would be worth thousands. These typically go for $300-$450 at auctions and at this point are nice to look at but of fairly low value.

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