Seashells Table Lamp Stained Glass Pink
Made of cranberry glass, this lamp has a brass base and fittings, and crystal prism drops. Its shade matches the smaller glass bulb near the base, which would have held kerosene oil before electricity came about. Such kerosene lamps were incredibly popular, and were still used until about the 1920s, when electricity became widespread.
cranberry glass lamp
A beautiful Lamp Love the birds
Art Nouveau style antique chalkware base of a woman leaning with arms raised. Topped with a Gish shade dyed amethyst to forest green and covered in 1920s netting with gold metallic flowers and branches. Cascading down the front of the shade is an full bouquet of rare silk ribbon flowers. Hand beaded fringe in matching tones adorns the bottom of the shade.
The base is vintage, the shade handmade/new
Art Nouveau Lamp
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