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Lamps477 of 8015Can anyone tell me about this antique lamp?   I can't find markings anywhere on the lamp other than an  F on the switch Gerald Thurston table lamp.
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    Posted 1 year ago

    Mmadura
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    I just inherited these beautiful lamps I was wondering if anyone knows what they are and where they are from. I can’t see anything on the bottom.

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    1. Mmadura, 1 year ago
      I double checked the bottom and it is felt! So no info! Maybe under the felt but I don’t want to tear it off!
    2. Golgatha Golgatha, 1 year ago
      The lamp, excluding the cylinders, looks Rococo revival, late 19th century. The cylinders look newer. Maybe some sort of 'improvement' from early 20th century ?
    3. Mmadura, 1 year ago
      Thanks!
    4. wildvke wildvke, 10 months ago
      @Mmadura If you remove the felt (damp cloth held on edges) it will remove fairly easy and you can still replace it back with a light glue. It will not hurt the value any, people have to replace them all the time. They get worn.
      If you do take a look under the felt you should see a makers mark of L&L WMC (Loevsky & Loevsky White Metal Casting) was in business in Carlstadt, N.J., from about 1937 until at least the 1970s.

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