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    Posted 4 years ago

    talewind
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    have a pair of two we found at a sale beautiful pair but we have no idea where they are from. wiring is old base looks to be cast iron and top flips open. been searching art nouveau and mission lamps table, desk and bed cannot find a clue pls help us. cannot explain why picture is sideways i have tried everything to change it

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    1. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 4 years ago
      Seems like they have turquiose inlay, possibly later 60's. That was a very popular time for the import business, where entire shops were opened to carry the heavy trade of lamps during that time.
    2. talewind talewind, 4 years ago
      Thanks Phil, no inlay on the piece its all painted. my biggest interest is the fact it may be imported. wiring to me looks much older than from the 60s however I am just guessing. I will expand my search now and every lil clue helps.

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