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HEART and STAR with No.40 Base1 $125.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0063 ]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)
RING PUNTY Stand Lamp1 $80.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0064 ]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 1850s 1860s)
VINE PORCLAIN Lamp $45.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0065 ]Lamp is a very pretty pink with embossed vines flowing beautifully throughout. It has a large base for stability and plenty of oil capacity. The patterned band collar ranges between 1880 and 1910 and is considered scarce, but not rare. (circa 1880 - 1910)
DOROTHY Stand Lamp $95.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0066 ]Lamp was made in a 5-piece mold. A horizontal seam below the font divides the three lower mold seams in base from the upper two on font. The mold marks on the font are very smooth indicating the quality workmanship in this lamp. (circa 1880 - 1900)
BRASS STEM CUP with Removable Ribbed Font $150.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0067 ]A very nice versatile lamp. The font can be replaced with one of your own or left as is. The prisms really sparkle and are also replaceable. The brass stem and cup have a very nice patina. (circa 1880 - 1910)
ZIPPER LOOP Stand Lamp $70.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0068 ]Lamp is a common and popular design patterned after the Atterbury Ribbed Loop. (circa 1900 - possibly before)
LATER UTILITARIAN Stand Lamp $60.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0069 ]Lamp is similar to the COLONIAL stand lamp which was made from 1913 on by the Dominion Glass Company, Limited, Montreal. It has the internal collar which was typical after 1910.
Patented FINGER STAND Lamp $50.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0070 ]Embossed on the underside of this lamp is; Patd Feb 11th and June 3rd, 1862. Reissued July 20th, 1869. These patents were assigned to the Atterbury brothers of the Atterbury Glass Company. (circa 1870s)
SAUCER BASE Finger Lamp $45.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0073 ]Lamp has a nice applied handle which dates it before the 1880s. The heavy brass collar could place the lamp before 1876. Manufacturer unknown. (circa 1875 - 1880)
UTLITARIAN Stand Lamp with Ebling Collar $85.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0074 ]Really nicely shaped lamp for display and easy to carry during power outages. It has the Ebling collar which was common thru 1910 and possibly later. The collar is said to have been patented by Phillip Ebling of the Dalzell, Gilmore and Leighton Company and first used in May, 1894. (circa 1890s - 1910 or later)
PRESSED 2-PART MOLD Finger Lamp $50.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0071 ]Most mass produced finger lamps of the 80s and 90s had molded handles, as does this nice lamp. Manufacturer is unknown. Lamp has a slight purplish hue. (circa 1880s - 1890s)
PRESSED 2-PART MOLD Finger Lamp1 $50.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0072 ]Most mass produced finger lamps of the 80s and 90s had molded handles, as does this nice lamp. Manufacturer is unknown. (circa 1880s - 1890s)
UTILITARIAN Stand Lamp with Pressed Base $80.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0075 ]Lamp has nice column shaped stem for carrying - or display. The base was plunger pressed as the design is embossed on the underside, leaving the top of base smooth. (circa 1880-1900)
Large UTLITARIAN Stand Lamp $80.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0076 ]Lamp has an extra wide base for stability. Easy to carry and great for display or power outages. Glass is turning green. Manufacturer unknown. (circa 1880-1900)
RIVERSIDE Stand Lamp $40.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0077 ]Lamp was made by the Riverside Glass Company of Wellsburg, West Virginia and has patents stamped on the top side of collar of Sept. 19, 1882 and Dec.4, 1883. Riverside lamps are quickly recognizable due to this unique patented "Clinch-On" collar.
 
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