Early 20th century “swan” lamp made by the Pittsburgh, Lamp, Brass and Glass Company. The base has a fancy ornate shape and retains the original dark green patina. The shade has a shaped hexagonal form and is reversed painted with three sections having a double swan on a pond while the other three sections depict a courting scene at a lake. It has raised frosted ribs between each of these panels. The shade fits on a rim at the top of the base. A cap fits over that and a threaded finial holds the top on. The base has the original felt on the bottom. It is loose so that one can see what is under it. I didn’t reglue it because I felt the buyer might want to see this section. One can easily reglue it if you prefer but it is certainly not necessary. Circa: Early 1900′s. Dimensions: 22.5″H x 17″Diameter. Condition: Good original patina to the base. Shade has no visible flaws. Price: $1995
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