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Lot 1124Tiffany Hand-Blown Favrile Glass Flower-Form Desk Lamp
Circa 1915
With a bell-form shade and knopped base surmounted with a metal harp, the shade and base in lime green, white and amber colored glass, each decorated with an allover zipper pattern and three applied glass prunts, iridized, shade engraved L.C.T. Favrile; base engraved L.C. Tiffany-Favrile. Height overall 13 inches; height of shade 6 1/8 inches, diameter 7 inches.

C Collection of a California Family

Sold for $1,625
Estimate $1,500-2,500

the glass shade and the glass base each appear to be in good, undamaged condition; no apparent rim chips, hairline cracks, burst surface air bubbles, etc.; the gilt-metal harp is now rusted and has a corroded finish and the gilding is mostly worn away (the metal harp is concealed when the shade is placed on the base); the lower soldered join to one arm of the harp mount is now partially detached the harp is somewhat loose and has a distinct lean to it; the lamp is currently wired with a replaced wire, however, it has not been tested; there is a drill hole on the domed foot of the lamp base to allow the electric wire to pass through - it appears this hole for wiring may have been added later (there is evidence in the metal mount that supports the glass shade that there may originally have been a turn on/off switch is this location; consequently, the drill hole may not be "as made" at the factory

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