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    Posted 6 years ago

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    I live in Australia and purchased this lamp recently. It came with an original 110v plug and Bakelite Robert's switch. We know it is 1920/30's, can someone help us to establish where this light was manufactured. It is solid bronze and has the original skyscraper glass shade. I've looked at hundreds and hundreds of images on Google and can't see another one like it. There was one with the same shaped based but nothing more.
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    1. welzebub, 6 years ago
      Hello, First of all let me say that I absolutely love this lamp. Gorgeous figure in a classic Decor/Egyptian Revival lamp.

      I would love to see closeup images of the face of the figure, and also of the back of the lamp where the drape crosses the figures back. I would also like to see "macro" closeups of the area where the foot attaches to the base, and also to the shade fitter on the head. You can do that in a second post.

      I am also interested in the height of the lamp overall, and in the specific height of the figure only.

      I am very interested in these images and information, and may very well have a couple of answers for you.

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