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Miller Lamp from the 1920s

The question below was recently sent to my email address with two photos


I am trying to research a lamp which I purchased. The 95 year old owner told me it was purchased by his mother in the 1920’s. 222 more words


Selling Antique Lighting on the Internet

During the past two months I’ve indirectly met a number of nice people while selling some of my lighting collection online. I am happy to report that the majority of selling interactions have gone well. 217 more words


Selling Antique Lighting on Ebay

Kerosene lamps, old pan fixtures, leaded glass windows— I’ve listed a bunch of items on Ebay to be auctioned. In the event that you have an interest in owning some fine antique lighting here are a few more photos to entice you! 8 more words


Slag Glass a popular material between 1880 and 1940

Occasionally readers of my reference books that include Antique Lamp Buyers Guide track me down with questions about lamps they own. Last week I received some blurry photos and the following comment:” Hello. 216 more words


New Antique Lighting Book Just Published

Learn to identify antique lamps. National authority on late 19th and early 20th Century American Lighting Nadja Maril has a new book, just released by Schiffer Publishers— the Updated Revised and Expanded Third edition of her popular reference book “Antique Lamp Buyer’s Guide”— now available at major booksellers and online. 155 more words


How Much Are My Grandmother lamps Worth?

I recently received the following message on facebook….

Hi Nadja,
Remember me? I’m Bill K’s friend. I remember that you are an expert on antique lamps. 180 more words


Coach Lamps and Consolidated Glass Co. Fixture

Attached are two images of the lights. Both are in excellent condition with no glass chips or cracks. The chandelier brass has been polished and clear coated I think. 258 more words