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Help identifying lamp

Posted by hurkamur1 (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 6, 11 at 1:33

Does anyone know anything about this lamp? age?
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RE: Help identifying lamp

Looks like a new lamp in a store to me.


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The picture is of a shiny dark blob.

It's not identifiable.


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Hahaha, i didn't buy it.It was at a local Salvation Army. The shade is obviously new.I realize it's probably not considered antique or even collectable, i just thought it was cool looking. The hardware looks 1970s, but the style looks 60's to me. Sorry for poor picture i took it on my phone. lazygardens, It sounds like you may need to adjust the contrast on your computer display. Does anyone know of a good forum to help identify mid-century modern dishes and furniture?

thanks,
jason


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The wire gauge and plug type will tell you a bit too. It is cool, but crying for a nicer shade!

KarinL


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I think it is cool, too and would probably buy it-leave them the shade, though! ;)

It looks like it was rewired also, but if not, I would have that done. It would look great with MCM style furnishings.


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any chance...

Did you go back and get this lamp? I still think it would be fun with a different shade!


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@cyn427 no :( it was gone when i went back to get it.


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I would leave it.... It cries... chrome, black, and glass.... maybe late eighties!


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