This gorgeous Victorian sconce still has the original iridescent, etched glass shade. It has a “Bryant” socket with a patent date of May 17, 1910. It is solid brass with a very unique screw-on socket shade. 124 more words
This tiny tabletop lamp packs a punch of color in a very petite package. It has a lovely green and red stained-glass shade standing on an ornate base that appears to be bronze (based on the fact that it is non-magnetic). 102 more words
This is an exquisite, vintage, frosted-glass elephant lamp, charming and perfect in every way. With the exception of very minor “flea bites” along the globe, this item shows no wear or tear from its 90+ years of service. 130 more words
A possible California pottery piece? A blue ceramic lamp from circa 1920s-1930s. Delivered to me with an unsalvageable cloth cord. Professionally restored with period, rayon, cloth-covered wiring along with the original plug.