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    Posted 4 years ago

    LakeGirl
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    Lamp is 22" high - there are 8 alabaster panels in the shade that measures 15" in diameter. The base is 9" in diameter. The top of the shade is open, and the base has an octagonal holder for the shade to rest. There are no cracks or chips in the glass and it is quite heavy.
    It's been in the family for approximately 75+ years traveling around the U.S. There are no markings as to who manufactured the lamp that we have been able to find.

    I've been told it may be a Tiffany or a Slag Glass, I've not found anything similar, but I'm new at researching lamps on the internet.

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    1. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 4 years ago
      Tiffany lamp identification:
      http://tiffanylampinfo.blogspot.nl/2007/04/is-your-tiffany-lamp-genuine.html
    2. Manikin Manikin, 4 years ago
      It is slag glass lamp but doubt it is Tiffany. I have a few dating around 1920-30s and oh be careful how hot the bulb is that you put in it can crack glass . I learned the hard way years ago . Not sure if those new bulbs are good for lamp . Very nice !
    3. beyemvey beyemvey, 4 years ago
      I don't care for those mercury vapor bulbs much either, but I have a Miller slag glass lamp that originally used two 40 watt tungsten bulbs. I have been using two 5 watt LED appliance bulbs instead... same light output, but one eighth the power consumption. I haven't had any problems, but my lamp has been re-wired. I like your lamp, and best of all, it is a family piece!
    4. beyemvey beyemvey, 4 years ago
      PS - the LED bulbs stay very cool compared to tungsten.
    5. hanksjames hanksjames, 4 years ago
      It reminds Me of a 1915 Imperial Glass Co. lamp NY.
      ,Maybe purchased with S&H Green stamps.
    6. hanksjames hanksjames, 4 years ago
      https://www.pinterest.com/pin/563583340840590440/

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