Very desirable and stunning art glass paperweight lamp produced by Maude and Bob St. Clair. They were members of the famous St. Clair family of Elwood, Indiana, producing glass since 1887. Bob and his wife Maude started their own glass factory near Elwood in 1971, called St. Clair House of Glass. Lamp is very substantial and heavy. It features a beautiful large paperweight center, with white lilies and dark amber seaweed type decorative glass at the base of the flowers. Ornate base is brass, with a gilt overlay, and rests on four scroll feet.
Paperweight section: approximately 3 5/8 inches across and 4 1/4 inches high.
Overall lamp height: 12 inches to the top of the three-way light socket.
Base marked: (c) 1972 and a logo that looks like GIM and number 321.
Paperweight section: Impressed and embossed trademark with “Maude And Bob 1981” around the outside and “St. Clair” in the center.
Lamp is in excellent condition, with no damage, just slight wear to the gilt finish on the base. The ornate brass base is, apparently, fairly rare, as most lamps found have a clear glass base.
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