According to our American Brilliant Cut Glass book by Bill and Louise Boggess this beautiful lamp was made during the late American Brilliant period in a pattern called Harvard and Flowers. It was made with both crystal shades and silk shades. They do not picture this lamp with a silk shade but they do picture a lamp made by Hawkes from this period which has a silk shade.
When we found this beauty it did not have any shade so I do not know if it originally came with a silk one or not. However I have picture it with a lovely stained glass shade which is not included.
This gorgeous lamp is in EXCELLENT CONDITION. The glass does not have any chips, nicks or cracks and the brass base done not have any pitting. It stands a stately 19" tall the base of the bulb and 9 3/4" across the base.
Shade is not included.