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Need Help Identifying a Lamp

Posted by zephz (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 8, 11 at 20:05

I'm not sure if thing is an antique or not but my family has had the lamp since the early 80s. Anyways, i'm wondering if anyone knows the manufacturer of the lamp and if it has some sort of 'product-line' name too. Thanks in advance.

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RE: Need Help Identifying a Lamp

1950s-1960s Capodimonte-style lamp. The ones similar to this on eBay start around $30 up to maybe $75ish.


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RE: Need Help Identifying a Lamp

Thanks for your help :)


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RE: Need Help Identifying a Lamp

The lamp looks to be from the 60's which could be considered 'vintage' but not antique. You should be able to get $40.00 or so for the piece. If you have a pair the price will go up somewhat.....Have a great day!

Chris
www.InlandVintage.com

Here is a link that might be useful: www.InlandVintage.com


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RE: Need Help Identifying a Lamp

I did a little digging on google images (searching for Capodimonte) and found a nearly identical lamp. Only with the original lampshade (i'm guessing) and minor differences in detail at http://www.stuff-tiques.com/lampsandlighting.htm

Unfortunately, my parents used to have the other matching lamp to go with the one we have now. But it fell off a dresser and broke only a few months after they got it in the 80s.


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