Circa 1940's featured is a Cranberry Opalescent Daisy & Fern lamp made by the Fenton Glass Company for L.G. Wright. The base is milk glass (white) which is beautiful in sharp contrast to the Cranberry. The lamp stands 20-1/2" (H) to the top of the decorated globe, 6-1/2" (W) at the font and a 5" (W) square foot/base. Both the pear-shaped font and the vase-shaped fluted globe/shade are cranberry cased and decorated in a white opalescent hard to find Daisy & Fern pattern. The lamp works and the overall condition is excellent without chips or cracks to the metal or cranberry decorated glass. There is a small flake on the glass chimney which fortunately is the least significant part of the lamp and easily replaced. The bulb is an old white opaque 60 watt and is stamped Sears.
Specializing in American Elegant Glassware of the Depression Era