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Posted 6 years ago

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This lamp is from the 50's.It is in great condition.The shade is a fiber glass shade. My husband & I found this tucked safly away in his Mom's attic after she passed away. If any one has any info please let us know.It is certainly a one of a kind!

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  1. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 6 years ago
    How did you get that to hang from the wall that way?
  2. stefdesign stefdesign, 6 years ago
    This is an awesome lamp! I love it!
  3. kgiaquinta, 6 years ago
    Pop It is on a tv stand not hanging on a wall. The whits base is the bottom.
    Thank you Steve.
  4. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 6 years ago
    This a classic mid century modern design Lucite Lamp. I believe it is by the Moss Lamp Co. of San Francisco.They deisigned and made lamps out of lucite, often with rotating figurines incorporated into the designs. The figurines were often made by some notable Ceramic Studios, such as De Lee Ceramics and Ceramic Arts Studio of Madison. In the right market you lamp might bring between $300 and $400.
    P.S. Pops is ribbing you because the picture is not rotated, and he hasn't learned to turn his head.
  5. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 6 years ago
    rocker-sd, I gets a crink in me neck ! LOL
  6. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 6 years ago
    It is a nice lamp I just wish people would take enough time to post the pics correctly and show pride in the items they have found, it also makes it easier on us oldsters.
    I find that some of my uploads do thios also but I take them down, fix them and re-post, it makes it easier all around. Thanks for posting.
  7. kgiaquinta, 6 years ago
    Sorry Pop. I am new to this and have been trying for hours to rotate this picture.My son has been after me as well and needs to come by and show me how to do it. Please try a heating pad for your neck in the mean time.
    Rocker.Thank you very much for the info.I am not sure who the "right market" is but appreciate all of your information!
  8. kgiaquinta, 6 years ago
    Pop I am still working on it! I have my son helping now.He hates to see anyone suffer. I hope your felling better.
    rocker, I have been able to follow up on a couple leads because of your help identifying it for me. Thank you very much!
    It is such a great piece I want to find a good home for it.
  9. chevy59 chevy59, 6 years ago
    Rotate the pics right when you down load them onto the computer, makes it much easier.
  10. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 6 years ago
    It's all good, I turn my laptop on it's side ! lol

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