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Lamps306 of 8401Green glass and bronze lamp from trash pile1920’s Edward Miller Slag Glass Lamp...six panels
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    Posted 11 months ago

    VintageLad…
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    I found this on Marketplace and really liked it and bought it. Now I am trying to find a matching one. But no luck. I am wondering if anybody will know a lil bit about this kind of lamp. I want to be able to tell a story about the pieces in my house.

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    Comments

    1. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 11 months ago
      That little marble (?) table part of it and its decoration makes me hesitate -- if not for that (and based on your only photo) I'd guess it was and old "bridge lamp", but AFAIK most truly old ones of those didn't usually have such a thing as a part of them, suggesting it might be a much more contemporary 'reproduction/based on' sorta lamp. Also AFAIK shades similar to its are now available as 'reproductions'.

      Another pic or 3 would be helpful, of its actual bulb socket or even moreso any markings, castings, or labels on its underside or anywhere else.

      Agreeing with you BTW that I like it, no matter how old it really is... ;-) :-) :-)



    2. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 11 months ago
      This is a nicely designed bridge floor lamp trying for the art deco taste. The addition of the small table puts it in 1967 to 1980 when there was a lot of additions in the lamp trade where they designed tables with lamps.
    3. VintageLadyofTx VintageLadyofTx, 11 months ago
      Thank you so much! Very informative!

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