Circa 1928 the Kopp Modernistic line closely resembles Consolidated Glass Company's Ruba Rombic line. Kopp was located in Swissvale, PA. This lamp has been rewired - so it is in great working condition. The foot has 3 panels each divided by a short flat corner panel so it is actually 6 sided. The body of the lamp has many angles, surfaces and fine lines which make it ultra modern for its day. The lamp is 11" (H) to the top of the socket, 4" (W) at the foot and the base is drilled for the electrical cord. The reason I mention a drilled cord outlet is this design was also used as a vase, but this was meant to be a lamp. The condition is excellent without chips or cracks.
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