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    Posted 24 days ago

    floridagirl
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    I got these lamps and love them. I don’t know anything about lamps and was looking to see if anyone knew anything about then. I didn’t see any names or markings to let me know make.

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    1. floridagirl, 23 days ago
      Can anyone tell me what type of lamp or who made them? I have been unable to find any markings to learn more about them.
    2. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 23 days ago
      By the look of the power cord and one bulb socket shown (the other has been replaced, it looks shinier?) they could easily be 1960's-70's, but lamps of this general sort ("table lamps", for lack of any better term?) are difficult to ID with any certainty, simply because SO MANY were made in SO MANY differing styles, most of which weren't marked by their manufacturers.
    3. Gillian, 23 days ago
      The mechanisms just above the glass seem to be like those from an oil lamp.
    4. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 22 days ago
      This type was especially made in the early 1980's, to 1984. Very nice.lamps, have seen similar but less than 95% had any initials of maker !~
    5. floridagirl, 15 days ago
      I know on the metal of the shade is says Stiffel. There is felt on bottom and I don’t know if I should peel back to see if it is a stiffel lamp or a brand underneath. When I was purchasing I was told they were probably early 1900-1950 lamps and were oil lamps that were hand painted. Does anyone have an idea of what these would be worth?

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