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need help identifying lamp

Posted by lillie419 (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 10, 14 at 12:55

I have this lamp that my sister and brother-in-law gave me, it's around 6' tall and made of ceramic I think. His Grandmother passed away a few years ago and it was left to him from her estate. The only markings I can find on it is Made in Italy, can someone please help me identify it?


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RE: need help identifying lamp

Id is very likely, to be difficult. except for the fact it 's Italian. I would suggest listing as Hollywood regency.


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RE: need help identifying lamp

CrazyIke...okay thanks for your response, I'll try that. It has been interesting trying to find info on this, I've read and learned so many new things since I've started researching this, if I never find out exactly where it came from it still makes it all worth it.


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It looks like Capodimonte to me , the delicate flowers make me think that it very well could be..


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It may be Capodimonte. If so it has a trademark under nieth the base.


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thank you teddybear_2009, I appreciate your comment and will try that.


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