Posted 5 years ago
Trying to learn about these lamps. I retrieved them from a pile of trash in an 87 year old house in Dundalk, MD that I was helping to clean up for sale. The urn shaped lamp has a mark on the inside (c) L&LWMC 8636. The paint inside the urn glass was beautiful pearl but had cracked and disintegrated beyond salvage so was cleaned out when I replaced the cord. It's base appears to be brass and the glass has raised leaf and vine (brass?) embossing. It's base looks like royal stand 'embossed' style.
The white globe lamp has similar raised embossed flower, leaf and vine and is on a base in the style of royal stand 'flair' but likely not brass and overall not the same quality as the urn-shaped lamp. I'm guessing early- to mid-century. I had never seen this style of embossing on lamp body so thought it was worth rescuing.