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Art Nouveau2886 of 3151Ferdinand von Poschinger Silver Overlay circa 1900QUEZAL ART GLASS FLOWER FORM VASE, circa 1905
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Posted 6 years ago

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Hello, I wonder if someone could help me identify this lamp, I have spend a lot of time looking online without any luck, the lamp belonged to my grandmother, we own this lamp for more than 60 years,any help would be greatly appreciated.Thankyou.

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  1. AmberRose AmberRose, 6 years ago
  2. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
    what a stunningly beautiful stained glass globe!!!
  3. inky inky, 6 years ago
    I think this must be one of the prettiest lamps I have seen!... I just love it!....:-)
  4. serafin, 6 years ago
    Thanks,AmberRose,TallCakes and inky for your comments.
  5. stefdesign stefdesign, 6 years ago
    That's pretty amazing! I've never seen anything like it. What exquisite workmanship!
  6. savethetoys savethetoys, 6 years ago
    dunno but its gorgeous! Id love to have it!
  7. MNConnect, 6 years ago
    Get your magnifying glass out and check every inch inside and out for any markings/numbers, etc on the glass or the brass, including the fitting for light bulb and the switch to turn it on. What size bulb does it take? My good eye gives me butterflies in my stomach when I see your gorgeous lamp. So detailed, right down to the brass fruit on the sides. My initial thought was German or Spanish. I also thought the fruit was a cherry. Your thoughts?
  8. serafin, 6 years ago
    I already check all the lamp inch by inch for marks and did not find anything except two numbers 3 one in each half of the cast, that I think are for when you close the globe they have to match to be able to put the screws in the right place. I need to check the socket to see who made it ?.Thankyou.
  9. MNConnect, 6 years ago
    I said Spanish before but meant Italian. Do you think the fruits are cherries?
  10. serafin, 6 years ago
    I think they're grapes, because the bronze exterior detail of the lamp appears to be a bunch of grapes.
  11. Sen, 6 years ago
    Beautiful Art Nouveau lamp!!! The glass looks like opal. I thik it might it might be American. My first impression is that it may be from Frank Lloyd Wright but I´m not so sure.
  12. serafin, 6 years ago
    Thanks for your comments,I wish it was from Frank Lloyd,here is another picture from the glass and the socket.
  13. serafin, 6 years ago
    Thanks miKKo for the love.
  14. serafin, 6 years ago
    Thanks Hedgewalker for the love
  15. serafin, 6 years ago
    Thanks mikielikesigns2
  16. serafin, 6 years ago
    thanks chevy59
  17. serafin, 6 years ago
    thank for the loves
  18. ontariojer, 4 years ago
    Any updates on this lamp? I have the exact same fixture, and haven't been able to find anything either!
  19. serafin, 4 years ago
    Hello ontariojer,have you check for any foundry marks or any mark on your fixture, because i can not find any on my lamp.
  20. ontariojer, 4 years ago
    Like yours, there are no marks that are of any use. Mine is from the 1920's or before, in a large house in the most expensive area of a industrial city in Southern Ontario. The house was owned by a family who owned a large electrical company, and so there were MANY interesting lights, as well as several different interesting electric fireplaces. I would really love to know the value, history or even what to call this style of 'cast glass through cast metal' manufacturing? I'm glad I'm not the only one out there! I did have someone look at it once and said $3-5K, but I don't know if that was a real estimate, or just a total guess...
  21. serafin, 4 years ago
    Thanks for the info, I'll keep trying to find out who made it. I think the price would be much higher if we knew who made them,I don't want to sell my lamp, but I would like to know who made it.
  22. SEAN68 SEAN68, 3 years ago
  23. DebraS, 1 year ago
    absolutely stunning! it's a work of art
  24. Vintagefran Vintagefran, 1 year ago
    Stunning. I must agree with inky that it's the prettiest lamp I've seen
  25. serafin, 1 year ago
    Thank for the loves

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