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Pixies4 of 5Porcelain Pixie FigurineART DECO PIXIE FAIRY GIRL BOOKENDS
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Posted 6 years ago


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Just aquired this beatutiful lamp and I can't find any info on it except that it is a Gerdago Pixie Lamp. The lamp resembles a mushroom with the pixie dancing underneath. It produces a soft night light glow when lit.

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  1. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 6 years ago
    I found lots. They were circa 1920-1930. They were made by the JB Hirsch company. Some of these can go pretty high
  2. juststuff juststuff, 6 years ago
    Thanks for the info. Maybe I should get it appraised and insured.
  3. Hedgewalker Hedgewalker, 6 years ago
    The true value of something is what somebody is willing to pay for it.I use Ebay auctions(Not Buy It Now)to get a good idea of what something is worth in todays market.
  4. rlwindle rlwindle, 5 years ago
    I have the clock that goes with this lamp, and I know there are also bookends or garnitures for it. The bookends show the lady seated as does my clock, they are from 1925 and are rare, they were made by the J B Hirsch foundry.

    I also have a pirate set by J B Hirsch also consisting of a lamp, clock, and one book end, these are from 1931.

  5. rlwindle rlwindle, 5 years ago
    Check out my collection to see her. The garnitures are located at the link below.,r:0,s:100,i:4
  6. rlwindle rlwindle, 5 years ago
    Here is the link to my clock on Collector's Weekly.
  7. Stillwater Stillwater, 5 years ago
    Does she have an ivory face?

    My mother sold a dish that looked like the same thing, it was broken and she still got a ton of money for it
  8. rlwindle rlwindle, 5 years ago
    The face and hands are what is called ivorine and not ivory. It's an artificial Ivory.
  9. Stillwater Stillwater, 5 years ago
    Yes I know what Ivorine is. The one my mother sold was real ivory, so it must have been different, but she was wearing the same red outfit.

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