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Posted 7 years ago


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i would like to know anything anyone could , my name is Frank Wranik . I have a chandelier , I was told came from a deer lodge south of Columbus Ohio . also where Warren G Harding plotted the tea pot dome scandals . Im sending picture , if u can tell me anything more about it and what it is worth . THANK YOU
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  1. tikiray tikiray, 7 years ago
    Beautiful light, but get rid of those mercury filled light bulbs! lol
  2. YardSaleDave, 7 years ago
    The telling part of this shade is the Crown shade holder. I would attribute this fixture to the Albert Sechrist Co. of Denver Colorado.
    As to value, it would have to go into a high end auction in order to get maximum retail, they can give you a pre-auction estimate.
  3. colin Hansford, 6 years ago
    This is probably by the Suess Ornamental Glass Company. C. 1908 It is stylized apple design, they made a similar table lamp version too, similar glass color too. The crown is similar to those used by other makers including John Morgan and Sons, Gorham and Unique Art glass and Metal. Certain hardware was manufactured by independent companies and commonly available which can make identification based on hardware a bit problematic.

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