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Art Nouveau3003 of 3033Bought 4 of these for less than $10 eachUnidentified Slag glass table lamp
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Posted 7 years ago


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has been in family at least 30 years- very heavy-bronze-no markings-hand resting on instrument and foot is loose- looks like a screw in them when you turn it upside down and look into it- there are no markings of any kind on it- any info would be appreciated

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  1. toolate2 toolate2, 7 years ago
    How big is this? Could it have been a clock topper? Ansonia had many models that had statues like this as ornamentation on top of the clock.
  2. toolate2 toolate2, 7 years ago
  3. sanlee, 7 years ago
    This figure is about 16" in height, approximately 10 pounds- seems too heavy for a clock topper.
  4. tikiray tikiray, 7 years ago
    If it is a clock topper it would have been on a marble clock. Here is an example:

    and another:

    Imagine how heavy it would be on top of a marble clock! Nice piece regardless if it is a clock topper or not. It being a clock topper might explain why there are no markings on it, the markings could have been somewhere else on the clock. Hope this helps.

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