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donnaj's loves7 of 30Antique Green & Caramel Slag Glass Arts & Crafts Lamp Looking for information on our kitchen lamp
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    Posted 8 years ago

    mione83
    (2 items)

    I recently purchased this pair of slag table lamps at an estate sale. I don't know any history on them, however, I just thought they were stunning. They are 40 inches tall and very heavy. I would love to have any information on them and the age?? There are tags attached to each lamp that read Quality in Lighting...Deric Creative Design Ltd. Queens, N.Y. 11418
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    Comments

    1. daddyslamps, 8 years ago
      I have 1 of these lamps and have not been able to get any information about it.
    2. JohannB JohannB, 8 years ago
      Hello, that the tags have a Zip code with the company name, that would date them after 1963. That would also be consistent with the design. I would place their manufacture in the late 1960's to the early 1970'2. A lot of "reproduction" slag glass lamps were made during this time to answer the going interest in"Tiffany" style lamps.

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