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ceramic horse TV lamp, one of the best we've ever seen with the
fabric backing and hand stiched detail that is incredibly hard to
find and practically impossible to find in this near mint condition.
The overall design look of this TV lamp is truly outstanding, and
we love the horse theme and the action oriented gallop pose that
is captured in the ceramic. This lamp looks as good with the light
on as the light off, and by the way the light bulb is in the back
so the soft, ambient lighting shines through from the rear of the
lamp and puts the black horse in front in silhouette. The material
backing has the loosely woven look of linen on the bottom, with
a slight green tent, while the upper fabric provides a canopy that
gives the lamp a 3 dimensional look. It has been treated in some
manner to make it stiffer and more substantial, almost like a coating
used to preserve Egyptian mummy wrappings. The lamp measures approximately
9.0" high at the highest point, and it's 10.0" wide and
5.5" deep at the longest points. It's marked on the back "965"
in the ceramic, and we think this is probably a Royal Haeger lamp
that lost its paper sticker; cross listed on Pets 3.
listing of a 1950s / 1960s folk or tramp
art popsicle stick lamp, extremely rare to still find in one
piece and particularly one of this intricacy in design- probably
the best example we've ever seen. This is a real beauty, intricate
in design and at the top end of the quality and intricacy you see
in vintage popsicle stick lamps. The base is constructed in a Star
of David pattern, and the shade is whimsically ornamented with hearts,
clovers, diamonds. For the most part, this lamp is in very good
condition and much better than you usually see, but i has very minor
areas that could be repaired if you want it perfect (frankly, we
like it as is). Three of the top ornamental points are broken, out
of the total number of 12, several of the points on the bottom of
the shade are missing, and it's missing one of its 6 original feet
and comes without a finial. The few breaks are difficult to notice
particularly given the intricate assembly of the base and shade,
but any repairs you do (eat more popsicles!) will directly increase
the value as these are quite hard to find and perfect would sell
for substantially more. The lamp measures approximately 17.5"
high including the shade and 10.5" in shade diameter and 8.0"
in base diameter, coming to you from a Greenwich, Connecticut waterfront
Listing! Pretty frosted and etched glass shade would look great
as a replacement or an upgrade for a boring alternative, in excellent
condition and measuring approximately 5,5" high and 4.5" in diameter,
and 1.25" in diameter at the bottom opening which will slot down
into your lamp. The decoration is subtle yet effective, a nice contrast
with the frosted glass. The top is ridged for some final design
nflair, and it's in very good condition with only a slight groove
in the frosting on the portion that slots down into the lamp and
thus not seen. This would really add flair to a lamp, and it's at
a bargain price!
old 1930s / 1940s budding flower ironwork metal lamp, unmarked,
in very good condition with all original enamel paint and patina
and minimal paint loss. Note the detailing in the bottom ring, the
flower and leaf motif at top and bottom, and the twisted center
stem all making for a great look. The lamp has been rewired, and
it neeeds a glass shade with 4.0" diameter at the bottom opening.
Most any color would look good as would a painted shade, and you
can usually find good vintage ones or reproductions if you so desire.
These early 20th century metal lamps & lighting are highly collected
and prices have been soaring, but this one is offered by a Greenwich,
CT estate at a bargain price. /115
up your house with this bargain priced period pot metal "Good
Luck" lamp in much better condition than you usually find these
period pieces of this design. The lamps features two central figures
looking lovingly at each other, and we find the detail in the depiction
to be well above the norm for pot metal lamps of this period. Good
Luck is on a plaque below the figures, all part of the mold and
not affixed separately. It measures approximately 11.5" high
and 6.0" x 4.0", and it comes without a shade. Period
or reproduction shades suitable for this lamp are readily available
at modest prices in the market. The lamp is in very good condition
with what appears to be original patination- clearly has not been
cleaned for quite a while- but certainly needs to be rewired.
white hobnail glass shade can change a so so boring lamp into something
that will really catch the eye. It has a diameter of 3.0" where
the shade fits down over a lamp, and from there the shade swells
in diameter to approximately 6.5" overall for a great look.
It's in mint condition and ready for a new lamp, part of a Burlington,
VT country estate and bargain priced.
write all the time asking us to find more vintage metal lamps and
candleholders, so here's a new listing that we imagine won't last
very long. This pair of vintage metal candleholders are all handpainted
and remarkably detailed in their metalwork and coloration to simulate
the look of flowers in bloom. All the flowers are different too,
a nice touch from the run of the mill metalwork that just replicates
the same flower and color over and over. The colorful flowers are
set against a cream colored base and stem, and leaves provide added
flair around the pieces. Both are in very good condition with all
the original paint intact, and there is very minimal age wear or
paint flecks for candles of this age. The pair measure approximately
10.5" high and 6.5" in diameter at the widest point, and
they were consigned by a large Westport, CT estate right on Long
listing! Evoking the best in Art Deco styling, this period Art Nouveau
figural lamp combines two classically Art Deco gilt figures alongside
a towering geometrically inspired glass lamp shade in an Art Deco
tower shape. We particularly like the shape and color of the glass
tube which shields the light within and puts off a soft, glowing
effect that makes this type of lamp a particular favorite for bedrooms.
The base of the lamp measures approximately 7.5" wide and 3.5"
deep, and the light including the glass shade stands 11.75"
high. The lamp is in excellent and all original condition with only
very minor age wear to the gilt figures, and it retains the paper
label on the back for the Canada Standards Association as an approved
"Portable Electric Lamp." It comes direct to you from
a San Diego, CA estate collection of Art Deco and Art Nouveau, and
it's cross listed on Deco 3.
white metal wall light with two candle fixtures and floral metalwork
surrounding them. We really like the simple yet elegant style of
this piece, and it's a good size at approximately 13.0" high, 8.0"
wide at the widest point, and 6.5" deep out from the wall. While
there is a tiny bit of age wear, it's in very good condition for
vintage metalwork of this age.
vintage hanging metal candelabra candleholder that combines two
rounded hoops into the design contrasting with the more angular
extensions of the 4 candleholders. The piece holds 4 candles and
measures approximately 13.5" high and 17.5" wide at the
widest point. Direct from the porch of a Hilton Head, SC estate,
it's a great accessory to really liven up your screened porch, balcony,
or pool / spa area. The piece is in very good condition with very
minor surface chips or wear, the largest less than 0.25" wide.
Cross listed on Metalware 2.
slag glass lamp has real age to it dating to the first half of the
20th century and featuring some ornate metalwork complementing the
glass that goes well beyond what one commonly sees. The ribs and
bands of the metal lamp are all decorated in some manner, and the
rich striated glass of alternating green and gold is a classic of
this design period. The lamp measures approximately 11.0" high
and 12.0" in diameter, and it came right out of the storage
at an old Vermont country estate where we found it in excellent
condition but kind of covered in grime- maybe not a bad preservative.
It comes with an attached chain and ceiling plate to let it hang
the proper distance for your ceiling, and we haven't tested the
wiring but would suggest rewiring may be a prudent step given the
20th century hanging slag glass lamp with ornate metalwork frame
in very good condition, c. 1920s / 1930s. This classic shape combines
8 beautifully rounded and shaped lower panes of this unique lime
green / white slag glass with the 8 decorative panes rising from
the top band and nicely curved on the top. One way you know this
is old and not a reproduction is the ornate metalwork, all with
the original aged patina, decorating the entire metal frame of this
top quality light meausuring approximately 11.0" high, 18.5" in
diameter (bottom) and 8.75" in diameter (top). The lamp is in very
good condition with no damage and to our eye not even any heat cracks
in the panes. It gives off a terrific glow when lit and looks especially
good on a dimmer so you can adjust the light for different uses
and times of the day. It has a metal chain hiding the electrical
wiring approximately 23.0" long. This new listing comes direct from
a major Greenwich, CT waterfront estate and right off their celing. /385
lamp finials from left to right. 1 Very old brass lamp finial
with scrollwork design, measuring approximately 1.75" high. 2
Old brass and glass "crystal ball" lamp finial, measuring approximately
1.75" high. 3 Old brass bullet shaped finial with intricate
decoration and elegant shape, measuring approximately 2.0" high.
All are uncleaned and have the original patina, and they're in excellent
condition and will add flair and ornamentation to any lamp. Cross
listed on Metalware 2.
of 4 matched vintage glass shades in excellent condition, designed
for lamps taking an approximately 1.5" insert. As such, the
shades measure approximately 1.5" at the top and flaring to
a diameter of 6.0" at the bottom. The top portion of the lamp
shades are nicely ridged, with those horizontal lines turning to
verticle for the remainder of the way down to the subtle scrolling
edge on the bottom. The glass has a degree of milkiness to it although
we would stop short of literally calling it milk glass- this slighly
more translucent glass is better for transparency in a lamp. Bargain
price for a set of 4.
|$65.00/set of 4
pair of 50s lamps have a classic look and the highly sought color
of pink fifties collectors usually order off our site within the
first week of listing. These are nicely made lamps, with a round
metal base supporting the colored main body of the lamps. This area
of the lamp seems to have been done in a way such that the pink
color is inside a glass casing, and the 1950s designs in gold and
black are applied on the surface of the glass casing. While there
is some minimal age wear to the lamp base and body, it is overall
in very good condition for a period fifties lamp. This set came
right off the shelf of a fascinating Savannah, Georgia historic
and eclectic home, come without shades (many sites sell period and
reproduction 1950s and 1960s lamp shades) and are priced for quick
cool 1950s / 1960s slotted cannister lamp screams out mid-century
modern retro design and still looks great in the 21st century too!
The cannister design is white on the exterior and red on the interior,
which combines for a nice sixties effect regardless of whether the
lamp is on or off. As you can see in the photos, the slots in the
lamp body give off a very unique lighting pattern when lit, especially
in a dark room. The cannister style retro lamp is in very good condition
and measures approximately 9.0" high and 6.5" in diameter
at the widest point; cross listed on 50s & 60s 3.
listing! Very nice oriental motif table lamp features a colorful
bird, outstanding enameling, and a super vintage textured shade
with teardrop beads ringing the entire bottom edge of the shade.
We particularly like the colorful bird featured on the ceramic base,
very well executed and perched on a tree branch with flower and
leaf complements. The lamp measures a nice 20.0" high including
the shade, and the ceramic base is approximately 4.0" in diameter
for a nice, petite look. Shade and base are in excellent and working
condition, right off the table of a snowy Vermont country home-
and priced to sell quickly! Send a Collectics Gift
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