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    Posted 2 years ago

    Budek
    (303 items)

    Hello all, I'm sorry to have been away so long. I've had a lot going on the last year or so.
    I found this the other day at the goodwill store, it's a beautiful piece, and unmarked. I was hoping someone might recognize it.
    It has an unusual design, with cast elements that look hand created around the candle cup on the inside of the bowl.
    Oddly it has an applied handle,....or at least it looks like it was hand applied to the finished cast piece.
    Ever seen one like this? Any clue where it might have been made?
    Any ideas, like or loves welcome.
    Goodnight, Tony.

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    1. TimeTraveller TimeTraveller, 2 years ago
      This piece appears to be the base of a hurricane lamp. Most likely it was made by Fenton Glass. The top piece would have been in the hobnail pattern.
    2. TimeTraveller TimeTraveller, 2 years ago
      If you do an image search for "Fenton hurricane lamp," you should see an example of what the top piece looks like.
    3. TimeTraveller TimeTraveller, 2 years ago
      Actually, Fenton did use this plain base on other patterns besides hobnail.
    4. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 2 years ago
      That is the bottom of a Fairy Light. Here is what it should look like with globe. https://www.pinterest.com/treknun/fairy-lightscandle-lights/
    5. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 2 years ago
      Click Link...Look about half way down page on left. Milk Glass Finger Candle...
    6. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 2 years ago
      Sorry right side of page. lol
    7. TimeTraveller TimeTraveller, 2 years ago
      I clicked on the link and saw no such image. This is the base to a Fenton piece that is missing the top. An intact piece (both pieces included) is referred to as a "hurricane lamp" to Fenton collectors.
    8. TallCakes TallCakes, 2 years ago
      also sometimes called a hurricane finger lamp due to the finger hole. It came with a hobnail globe in Fenton's 1961 catalog as #3998-MI Hurricane Lamp; page 7:
      http://www.fentonfan.com/catalog/1961january/1961january.swf
    9. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 2 years ago
      TimeT it was there, here it is https://www.pinterest.com/pin/AZqlrUkQFdwvgAXawObB9taePO5n2sSVcjtE_rqwAa_MrD8Smayo9Tg/
    10. Budek Budek, 2 years ago
      Thanks to you all, AnnaB, Impaden, Vynil, Kevin, fortapache, and Broochman, for the for the looks and the loves!
      and thank you to TimeTraveler, DizzyDave and Tallcakes for the wonderful comments!
      All of you are very kind to look. love, and comment, Thank You again!
    11. Budek Budek, 2 years ago
      again, great appreciation for educating me about this, Thank You!!!
    12. TimeTraveller TimeTraveller, 2 years ago
      You’re welcome for the education. Go ahead and mark your post as “solved.”

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