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    Posted 3 months ago

    Hungryeyes
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    Cant seem to find this lamp online. Can anyone identity this piece? I purchased this beautiful lamp for $15!!

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    1. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 3 months ago
      Its from the later fifties or about 1967 to 1973 when they made lamps in abundance. They were known for making these metal bases in wonderful detail. Sometimes they used a diffuser so they could light up the glass base part also. About 95 to 99% of these lamps were never marked so identifying who made them can be a chore. Also a lot of them came with a set of ceiling lamps. I love seeing new ones which I have not seen before. I remember buying them in the 90's when they started showing up at garage sales. Sometimes they made special tables with marble tops to hold them. Most of those with a table were made in Italy but there were some great makers in the U.S. and Canada also.

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