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Table Lamps183 of 1655Stiffel Table LampRetro 1950s lamp from a picture of my Aunt
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    Posted 5 years ago

    Melody56
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    Has a cooper base was given too me some 30 years ago that was my aunts she had it on a table and read by it, she passed in early 80s, she was about 85 the only marks are a number under the base #114, has long crystal sphere that hang around the shade. I liked it for the Daisy on shade and base, but know nothing else about it, looks to might have been oil lamp but not sure. Is still as I got it years ago

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    1. Melody56, 5 years ago
      Want to know more about my lamp
    2. Melody56, 5 years ago
      Thanks I have more information that might help others give me some insight on where my lamp might fit better. It was an oil lamp made into an light and the hanging prisms do go all the way around the lamp. Could be a long the line of gone with the wind. It was bought in the late 30's early 40's

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