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    Posted 11 years ago

    jhimes
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    We found this lamp at a Flea market in Indiana.
    We are wondering if anyone can help us identify the maker and possible time period. I had to replace the socket; but I am getting a vintage socket to put back on it.
    I f anyone has any information or idea about its origin we would greatly appreciate it.
    Thanks to OfficalFuel for helping get a matching pair of these lamps.

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    1. officialfuel officialfuel, 11 years ago
      If you look at my site you will see the same lamp. I bought mine in Indiana also. I believe it's out of the arts and craft era.
    2. Jhimes, 11 years ago
      Thank you for the information. What is your website address.
    3. officialfuel officialfuel, 11 years ago
      I'm on this site. Look at my collection and you will see the lamp.
    4. BaLinda , 11 years ago
      What is the website....this lamo has been a mystery to me too. It has been in my family a long time. Can you tell me the value and who made this lamp, I would appreciate any info thanks.
    5. JHimes, 11 years ago
      What I have found out so far is that it was made around 1900 and was originally set-up for gas then converted to electric.
      Can I see a picture of your lamp?

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