This lamp is featured in the Standard Encyclopedia of Carnival Glass on page 173 and it is listed as scarce. They have named the pattern Mitered Block but they are not sure who made this beautiful piece. It is believed to be European but that is not confirmed. We found this beauty at a local flea market and it does not have its base but it doest have the pot metal cap and metal hole for the rod.
I have included a picture of the original lamp from the book and I have also include a picture of a beautiful chandelier in a modern architectural magazine that is featuring an old home being restored in North Florida and they have several similar fixture hanging from chains in a huge foyer.
This large Carnival Glass Light Fixture has an outstanding color. When the light hits this carnival glass you can see multiple shades of amber, blues, rust and gold. This fixture is in mint condition without any nicks, chips or cracks anywhere and it stands an amazing 12 ¾ high and is approximately 17 in diameter at the widest point. This globe has a 4" opening at the bottom.
Item ID: MR-1349
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