Posted 2 years ago
This lamp globe is about 6" high x 5" diameter x 3 1/8" rim. It appears to have been made with a three part mold and is very well finished with no sharp edges. The mold lines are very hard to find. It is fairly thick milk glass, probably American made. The edge of the opening is opalescent. It appears to be good quality, deep white, milk glass. Not sure of it's age. These used to be fairly common in thrift shops, but it has been a few years since I have seen one. I have had this one for many years, but never had an appropriate place to use it so it just sits on a shelf. They are occasionally seen with a metal ornament mounted on the closed end. Does anyone know who made these?
October 2021: I finally found a use for this globe. I bought a "new" house and one of the hanging fans/lights was missing its globe and this fit perfectly. It is a 1940 bungalow and this is bit Victorian, but doesn't clash too much.