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    Posted 4 years ago

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    Hello, Trying to figure out what I have. This lamp camp from my parents attic and we believe was purchased in the 1970s. It is approximately 16.5 inches across the bottom, approximately 8 - 9 inches tall and approximately 7.75" inches across the top. I didn't see any stamps on who the manufacturer might be, but I'm no expert and if there are special places to look any hints are appreciated.

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    1. clmason456 clmason456, 4 years ago
      Hello, Tenbelow99.
      I have either this exact same lamp or one that is only off by a shade or two. You can find others like this Tiffany style lamp by doing a search for Slag Glass Tulip Swag Hanging Lamp. You can, then, see its resale value. But, none of them have a manufacturer, brand or country of origin listed. Mine hung in family room of the house I grew up in, as well. It's not being used now since I think it's more considered "Retro", then "Vintage". I just can't part with it, though, so enjoy yours. Thanks for sharing...
    2. tenbelow99, 4 years ago
      Hi clmason456,
      Thank you so much for taking the time to share your knowledge and information. It is neat having a piece from my childhood home - glad you are enjoying your lamp as well. All the best, Mike
    3. antiquerose antiquerose, 4 years ago
      Lovely Retro piece from the 1970's era. There are lots of collectors of just slag glass thing...Plus just lamp collectors. Great piece

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