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BULLSEYE FINE DETAIL Stand Lamp $115.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0036 ]This is a fine detail stand lamp manufactured by the Diamond Glass Company in Montreal, Canada. (Circa 1880 - 1900). Also see different color reproductions of this lamp on "New Table Lamp Fonts" pages.
PANEL LAMP Stand Lamp $105.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0037 ]Patent dates on base “October 7, 1873 and July 22, 1875” Both patents were obtained by James and Thomas Atterbury of the Atterbury Lamp Company. (Circa 1862 - 1876)
FAN BAND Stand Lamp $100.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0038 ]This lamp has a base pattern that was pressed from the underside of the base. This lamp, like many in this era, has the font fused to the stem. Manufacturer is unknown but more than likely was made by the United States Glass Company. The collar has patent dates of April 19, 1875 and March 21, 1876. (Circa 1880 - 1900)
RIVERSIDE One Piece Stand Lamp $120.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0039 ]This lamp has a Riverside collar but without the patent dates of September 19, 1882 and December 4, 1883. Instead it has “Riverside Clinch-on Collar” stamped in the glass. This lamp appears in the trade journal from China Glass and Lamps. The Riverside Company was sold to the Cambridge Glass Company in 1907. (Circa 1879 - 1907)
PANELED ARCHES1 Stand Lamp $120.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0040 ]This lamp, made with brass column and marble base, was made with leaded glass. The same design was made later with unleaded glass and having an opaque (milk glass) base. (Circa 1860-1870)
RING PUNTY Stand Lamp $75.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0041 ]These lamps all had leaded glass fonts. The mold marks were removed which indicates that these lamps went through a hand finishing operation. (Circa late 1850’s – 1860’s)
HEART and STAR Stand Lamp $135.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0049 ]The manufacturer of this lamp is unknown, but is similar to that of the Atterbury lamps of the same era. Over 100 patents for glass, and lamp design and production bore the Thomas Atterbury name, as sole or joint patentee. Lamp has a N0.40 glass base. (Circa 1860-1880)
JAMES Metal Stem Stand Lamp $155.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0050 ] The beautiful pattern in this lamp is named “James” after one of the Atterbury brothers. Thomas was the name of the other brother. This pattern was shown in many of the Atterbury catalogs. This pattern was also used on lamps with the No. 40 base. (Circa 1860-1880)
APPLETON PLAIN Stand Lamp $125.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0051 ]This lamp was made by the United States Glass Company and advertised in their 1909 catalog as part of an immense sewing lamp assortment. This lamp is made with pink depression glass and is considered rare. (Circa 1909-1925)
Atterbury FILLY FONT Stand Lamp $135.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0054 ]This “Filley Font” appeared in the Atterbury 1874 catalog with the No. 40 base. It also appeared in the 1872 catalog and is shown on flat and footed hand lamps. (Circa 1860-1880)
STAR BAND Metal Stem Stand Lamp $125.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0055 ]This is one of the more popular lamp patterns. This pattern was manufactured by numerous lamp companies. (Circa 1881 - 1889)
FROSTED with CLEAR BAR Metal Stem Stand Lamp $145.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0056 ]The base on this lamp was considered a more elaborate design on metal stem lamps. Due to the metal surface being very smooth, it was considered to be well molded. Manufacturer unknown. (Circa 1865-1880)
DOILY FONT Iron Stem Base Stand Lamp $125.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0057 ]The “Doily Font” was used primarily on Figure Stems, or Metal Stem lamps, during this era. (Circa 1868-1889)
LATE PETAL Footed Hand Lamp $80.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0042 ]This lamp was manufactured by the U.S. Glass Company which was formed by the merger of eighteen (18) glass companies in 1891. This is a machine made lamp and closely resembles a similar lamp made by the Dominion Glass Company in Montreal, Quebec. (Circa 1891- 1909)
ONE PIECE LOOP Pedastal Finger Lamp $195.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0043 ]Although similar to the one-piece lamps of the 1890s, this lamp is most commonly found with a pre-1876 type of collar. Some of these lamps may date from the late 1870s. (Circa 1875 - 1895)
Riverside RIB BAND Pedestal Finger Lamp $150.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0044 ]This lamp has patent dates of September 19, 1882 and December 4, 1883 stamped on the Riverside collar. Advertised as one of a new line in 1889, it was described as “Something Handsome.” The Riverside Company was sold to the Cambridge Glass Company in 1907. (Circa 1879 - 1907)
LEAF and JEWEL Footed Finger Lamp $125.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0045 ]Nice large, heavy duty finger lamp with an attractive design. Manufacturer is unknown. (Circa 1880-1900)
COURTER Pedestal Hand Lamp $120.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0046 ]This patterned font has been seen on a stand lamp with a base that relates to the Columbian Coin lamps. These lamps were also produced in amber glass. ( Circa 1880 – 1890s)
LOMAX Kitchen Lamp $70.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0047 ]Most Lomax lamps have a patent date of September 20, 1870 somewhere on them. This lamp has it on the base. All Lomax lamps has the “Oil Guard” around the top of the font which prevents oil spills due to overfilling, or capillary action by the wick even after the flame is extinguished. Some have the words “Oil Guard Lamp” stamped in the glass. Produced by the Union Glass Company. (Circa 1870- 1900)
RUFFLED BULLSEYE Miniature Stand Lamp $45.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0048 ]This lamp shows the Ruffled Bullseye pattern on the font. Lamps of this period frequently are seen with an amethyst tint. Most lamps from this era have the brass collar inserted into the glass. Manufacturer unknown. (Circa 1910 - 1925)
ZIPPER LOOP Footed Finger Lamp $65.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0061 ]Lamp is a common and popular design patterned after the Atterbury Ribbed Loop. (circa 1900 - possibly before)
ZIPPER LOOP Footed Finger Lamp1 $65.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0062 ]Lamp is a common and popular design patterned after the Atterbury Ribbed Loop. (circa 1900 - possibly before)
Plain PEAR Finger Lamp $70.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0058 ] This nice finger lamp has an applied handle which, as a rule, dates it to before the 1880’s. Most mass produced finger lamps of the 80’s and 90’s had molded handles. Manufacturer is unknown. Lamp was made without lead so it could have been made during the Civil War period when lead was needed for wartime purposes.(estimated circa 1860’s - 1870’s)
MOLD PRESSED Finger Lamp $50.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0059 ]Most mass produced finger lamps of the 80’s and 90’s had molded handles, as does this nice lamp. Manufacturer is unknown. (circa 1880’s - 1890’s)
MOLD PRESSED Finger LAmp1 $50.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0060 ]Most mass produced finger lamps of the 80’s and 90’s had molded handles, as does this nice lamp. Manufacturer is unknown. (circa 1880’s - 1890’s)
 
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