Featured is a Heisey Glass Co. Windsor pattern # 241 Electroportable candelabra lamp with bobeche and prisms. Circa 1915 this candelabra includes a No. 6 bobeche with 12 "A" type prisms - all in great shape. The lamp is 10" (H) to the top of the bobeche and approximately 5" (W) at the foot and 6" (W) at the top with bobeche in place. It has an original candle flame hand-painted light bulb in good working condition. It also has the original cord, turn switch and felt lining on the base. The lamp works fine. Note this lamp was not a candelabra that was drilled to create a lamp - it was hollow in the center which is where the wiring was run and was created by Heisey to be a lamp. It would normally be accompanied by either a metal form for holding the shade or a short round hurricane globe, but it came without. Condition is excellent without chips or cracks and as noted works fine.
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