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    Posted 5 years ago

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    My father was a bricklayer in Chicago. Years ago he brought this lamp home. Can anyone tell me anything about it?

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    1. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 5 years ago
      These swag lamps used to be very popular and they enjoyed a revival in the late 60's and early 70's, love them !~
    2. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 5 years ago
      Circa 1915 Pendant Light with a Halophane shade (upper ribbed part). This is a unique one with the bottom glass diffuser. The Halophane shades are sometimes marked and or dated. Welcome to CW.
    3. DesertWoodguy DesertWoodguy, 4 years ago
      No offense to rocker-sd, but this is not Holophane (note spelling). Holophane made commercial industrial (schools, libraries, buildings, public works). This is not of a style they would produce back then (I have a few of my own). If I had to date it, more like 70’s- that is when Holophane copy cats we prevalent. During its heyday, first half of 20th century, they would have never allowed a copycat to go on without legal action.

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