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    Posted 1 year ago

    Rulandma
    (27 items)

    light blue about 23" high
    heavy but no patina on brass
    interesting style shade
    I think it victorian???
    Any help would be appreciated.

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    1. Rulandma Rulandma, 1 year ago
      Thanks for any help
    2. TallCakes TallCakes, 1 year ago
      check L.G. Wright 'Daisy & Botton'
    3. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 1 year ago
      Love the base especially. It is from the early 1970's where even by then they used to use unusual shapes. The base is a common one, but they don't get better than this ! If I had seen one I would have bought it just for the look of it and the more rare design. By the 1990's they were common to see in garage sales and that is when I started to learn more about them. Unfortunately the metal base was used by more than one maker, I know that as a fact, but if the glass is Daisy it would have to be made specially by another manufacturer and sometimes but rarely did that. My father found his in a back alley put close to the garbage bins. Does the base glass light up also ? A lot of them they In a lot of them they did. They often used a metal diffuser to give a better quality light. A lot of of people on the internet call them Hollyewood Regency which is a name I would never use but you can find them common on ebay. Magnifico !~
    4. Rulandma Rulandma, 1 year ago
      PhilDMorris; Thank You for taking the time and giving me the extensive information.
      TallCakes: You solved my mystery! I found an L.G.Wright sugar bowl with the exact pattern. Thank You!
    5. TallCakes TallCakes, 1 year ago
      appears to be from an old EAPG #99 line by Adams & Co. c1880s. Wright acquired many molds, and also created new forms not in the original lines. These may also be found noted as Fenton, as Wright did not make glass but rather contracted with many glass makers of the day.

      https://www.eapgs.net/pattern-details.php?idx=2863
    6. TallCakes TallCakes, 1 year ago
      Elrose by Duncan is another possible forerunner to this one:

      https://www.eapgs.net/pattern-details.php?idx=301
    7. Rulandma Rulandma, 1 year ago
      TallCakes, I am so excited. I have never seen a lamp like this. I really believe it is from late 1880's. I love the Victorian-era glass and lamps. Nothing like them today.
    8. TallCakes TallCakes, 1 year ago
      the design is from the 1880's or so, but Wright acquired old molds and had glass made from 1937 to late 1990's.

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