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Early twentieth century Sandwich Glass pattern. Matching pair of mantle or bedroom lamps with hurricane shades and crystals. This Petal & Shell pattern has double rows of beads in each petal. Identified in American and European Pressed Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass by Jane Shadel Spillman, p. 352 as "probably United States ca. 1920-1935" and that is consistent with the style and hardware.
11 3/4 inches tall with the shades on. The bases are 4 1/2 inches across. The shades are blown and definitely old. All the hardware is old and looks to be original. They have cloth cords and plastic plugs. The sockets were made by Arrow, USA.
The twelve crystals are not old. The ones that were on it were the same size and style as these.
Condition: We don't see any chips or cracks. They are in remarkable condition. The insides of the founts are a bit dirty but would have to be taken apart to clean them.
12 inches to the top of the sockets. About 6 1/2 inches wide. 23 1/2 to the top of the finials. Night lights in the bases works with 3 way switches. Finials included. The cords are about 6 feet.
Please note the green color settled atop the blow out molded daisies. "Aladdin" in raised litters on the bases.
Condition: No damage.
About 12 1/2 inches to the top of the sockets. "Aladdin" on the basis in raised letters. Button switches. One socket may have been replaced but they are both old. The cords are about 7 feet.
Condition: No damage. The pink is a bit faded and the gold trim on the base is slightly worn.
Note: These are NOT made with uranium glass.
Pretty pinkish copper luster. Art Deco style finial of brass and white marble.
Stands 24 inches overall. 13 inches of the glass portion. The footprint is 5 inches across.
Condition: It works. May be original parts, we have not rewired it. No damage. The brass is somewhat tarnished.