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    Posted 2 years ago

    jrussell929
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    Good afternoon. I as gifted these lamps from my great grandpa and was hoping to get additional information about them. What I can tell is that they were inspected by Underwriters Laboratories, issue 41154, Light House Lamp & Shade Co. of Los Angeles CA. They are a beautiful wood and amber glass lamp, with the original shades on them. He took great care of these lamps and really loved them. Any help with the history or time period of these lamps would be great!

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    1. wildvke wildvke, 2 years ago
      Light House Lamp & Shade Co was a Los Angeles based manufacturer and designer of lamps. Light House Lamp and Shade most certainly made lamps for Heifetz. The distinguishing difference between what Light House made for themselves and the lamps that their made for Heifetz is the shape of the base. Light House Lamps have circular or oval bases while Heifetz lamps have square or rectangular bases. And ALL Heifetz lamps are signed and no lamp will be sold by Marfa Lights and Lamps as a Heifetz lamp without its signature. The beauty and craftsmanship of Light House Lamps make them equals to any thing that Heifetz designed.
      cited; https://marfalightsandlamps.com/products-page/light-house-lamp-shade-co/

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