Van Briggle Art Pottery Lamp Peacock Matte Ming Blue With Butterfly Shade Mid-Century Signed Fred Wills ColoradoVan Briggle Art Pottery Lamp Peacock Matte Ming Blue With Butterfly Shade Mid-Century Signed Fred Wills ColoradoVan Briggle Art Pottery Lamp Peacock Matte Ming Blue With Butterfly Shade Mid-Century Signed Fred Wills ColoradoVan Briggle Art Pottery Lamp Peacock Matte Ming Blue With Butterfly Shade Mid-Century Signed Fred Wills ColoradoVan Briggle Art Pottery Lamp Peacock Matte Ming Blue With Butterfly Shade Mid-Century Signed Fred Wills ColoradoVan Briggle Art Pottery Lamp Peacock Matte Ming Blue With Butterfly Shade Mid-Century Signed Fred Wills ColoradoVan Briggle Art Pottery Lamp Peacock Matte Ming Blue With Butterfly Shade Mid-Century Signed Fred Wills ColoradoVan Briggle Art Pottery Lamp Peacock Matte Ming Blue With Butterfly Shade Mid-Century Signed Fred Wills ColoradoVan Briggle Art Pottery Lamp Peacock Matte Ming Blue With Butterfly Shade Mid-Century Signed Fred Wills ColoradoVan Briggle Art Pottery Lamp Peacock Matte Ming Blue With Butterfly Shade Mid-Century Signed Fred Wills Colorado

This piece has an original lamp shade and cord. It works great. I see no damage to the lamp. It is in great condition. The lamp shade is beautiful. It was made in the mid century by Fred Wills. He is still alive. The color is Ming Blue The dried flowers and trim all come from the meadows of Colorado. This lamp measure overall 34-1/2 inches tall and 14 inches wide. The lampshade measures 14 inches wide and 18-1/4 inches tall. The lamp measures 6 inches in diameter on base, and 19-1/2 inches to top of light socket. The neck is 1-1/2 inches at the narrowest, and 2-1/4 inches on top. If you live near Colorado Springs You can pick it up. I used to visit Van Briggle once a month. It was located in the Old Colorado Springs Train Roundhouse. Then it moved to a small store on Tejon Street which is no longer there. I think it is gone. This lamp has the famous matte glazed finish that Van Briggle is so famous for. Van Briggle pottery was started by Artus Van Briggle in Colorado Springs, Colorado, after 1901. Van Briggle had been a decorator at Rookwood Pottery of Cincinnati, Ohio. He died in 1904 and his wife took over managing the pottery. The wares usually had modeled relief decorations and a soft, dull glaze. Van Briggle was reorganized in 1910 and renamed the Van Briggle Pottery and Tile Company The name was changed to Van Briggle Art Pottery Company in 1931. Usually we always ship International but in this rare case this item is shipped US only because of size and cost. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Item ID: 2021


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Van Briggle Art Pottery Lamp Peacock Matte Ming Blue With Butterfly Shade Mid-Century Signed Fred Wills Colorado

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