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Vintage 14.5 Torchiere Floor Lamp Shade Iridescent Carmel Art Deco

Vintage 14.5 Torchiere Floor Lamp Shade Iridescent Carmel Art Deco

Vintage 14.5 Torchiere Floor Lamp Shade Iridescent Carmel Art Deco

Vintage 14.5 Torchiere Floor Lamp Shade Iridescent Carmel Art Deco

Vintage 14.5 Torchiere Floor Lamp Shade Iridescent Carmel Art Deco

Vintage 14.5 Torchiere Floor Lamp Shade Iridescent Carmel Art Deco

Vintage Torchiere Lamp Shade ONLY. 14 1/2″ round x 7″ total height. Kind of fades or Blushes lighter to darker to the center. T hank you for your interest. This is about the only successful way I have found. The item “Vintage 14.5 Torchiere Floor Lamp Shade Iridescent Carmel Art Deco” is in sale since Friday, March 16, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Shades”. The seller is “fred053063″ and is located in Mineola, Texas. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg

Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg

Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg

Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg

Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg

Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg

Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg

Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg

Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg

Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg

Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg

Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg

Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg

For sale is an art-deco glass fan-shaped slip-shade. I think this may have come off of a table type lamp that may have had a nude woman and/or dancer figure? The shade measures about 10 5/8″ by 10 3/4″ by about 9/16 thick and weighs about 2 pounds. It appears to be made of an amber colored glass and has an iridescent frosty type finish that is rainbow-like. It reminds me of the reflection that oil has on dirty asphalt after it rains. The dirty puddling would reflect an oil-slick that is reminiscent of this color. It also appears that the shade is signed on the back in what looks like white paint. I can not make out the signature. The shade is in good shape with normal light wear. The only damage I see can be viewed close-up in the last 2 pictures. It consists of a chip on the back-tip not visible from the front (last pic/#12) and a chip on the front-tip (see pic #11) that is visible from the front. The item “Antique ART DECO FAN SLIP SHADE lamp TABLE LIGHT nude AMBER GLASS IRIDESCENT vtg” is in sale since Wednesday, December 13, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Shades”. The seller is “4-less” and is located in Furlong, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Russian federation, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Dominican republic, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Unknown

Gorgeous Fredrick Raymond Mission Or Art Deco Iridescent Slag Glass Lamp

Gorgeous Fredrick Raymond Mission Or Art Deco Iridescent Slag Glass Lamp

Gorgeous Fredrick Raymond Mission Or Art Deco Iridescent Slag Glass Lamp

Gorgeous Fredrick Raymond Mission Or Art Deco Iridescent Slag Glass Lamp

Gorgeous Fredrick Raymond Mission Or Art Deco Iridescent Slag Glass Lamp

Gorgeous Fredrick Raymond Mission Or Art Deco Iridescent Slag Glass Lamp

Gorgeous Fredrick Raymond Mission Or Art Deco Iridescent Slag Glass Lamp

Gorgeous Fredrick Raymond Mission Or Art Deco Iridescent Slag Glass Lamp

Gorgeous Fredrick Raymond Mission Or Art Deco Iridescent Slag Glass Lamp

Gorgeous Fredrick Raymond Mission Or Art Deco Iridescent Slag Glass Lamp

Gorgeous Fredrick Raymond Mission Or Art Deco Iridescent Slag Glass Lamp

THIS IS A LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL IRIDESCENT GOLD SLAG GLASS TABLE LAMP BY FAMOUS DESIGNER FREDRICK RAYMOND. THE LAMP HAS GOLDEN YELLOW IRIDESCENT SLAG GLASS ON THE SHADE AND BASE. IT IS CONSTRUCTED WITH BRONZE ACCENT AND GIVES THIS LAMP THE ART DECO OR MISSION LOOK. THE LIGHT HAS FOUR LIGHT BULBS THAT TURN ON OR OFF WITH A PULL CHAIN, AND ONE MAIN SWITCH ON THE BASE. IF YOU DO NOT WANT THE LIGHT SO BRIGHT YOU CAN TURN SOME OF THE LIGHTS OFF WITH THE PULL CHAINS. LAMP IS 27 INCHES HIGH AND 24 INCHES WIDE. THIS LAMP IS OF EXCELLENT QUALITY WITH NO CHIPS OR CRACKS. THE SHADE AND ONE OF THE LIGHT SOCKETS ARE SIGNED. The item “GORGEOUS FREDRICK RAYMOND MISSION OR ART DECO IRIDESCENT SLAG GLASS LAMP” is in sale since Sunday, June 18, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps\ Electric\Table Lamps”. The seller is “gibsongables” and is located in Washougal, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.

(1) Standard Lily Iridescent Stuido Glass Lamp Shade HAND BLOWN art deco GOLD

(1) Standard Lily Iridescent Stuido Glass Lamp Shade HAND BLOWN art deco GOLD

Fox Music Company Brings You This. One (1) Gold Aurene “Standard Lily” Handmade Contemporary Art Glass Iridescent Light Shade. This Listing is for One (1) Gold Aurene “Standard Lily” Handmade Contemporary Art Glass Iridescent Light Shade. This “Standaqrd Lily” art glass light shade has a 7/8 fitter, and is pictured in Iridescent Gold Aurene. These art glass shades are hand made in the USA and measures approximately 5.25″ in height and 3.25″ in diameter and is also available in a Iridescent Peacock Blue. These art glass shades add beauty and grace to so many spaces and are at home in old and new environments, we celebrate our customers success in placing these shades in period-appropriate environments as well as in eclectic settings. They are hand made, one by one, using the same methods that have been in effect for over 150 years. As with any hand crafted product, minor imperfections are inherent and actually desirable in the art form as indicators of the old-world craft and authenticity of our production methods. Due to the hand made nature of these shades the size, shape and color will vary somewhat and no two light shades will be exactly alike. Please Note – Due to the hand-made nature of these shades, all styles of art glass shades are not always in-stock at all times and will be made to order. With the Invention of Electricity. Electricity was a brand new invention in the late 1800s and American glass manufacturers developed novel approaches for concealing the electric light bulb, which was rather harsh to the eye and perhaps unflattering to the domestic interior. Tiffany, Steuben, and Quezal responded to this need with the most extraordinary and beautiful art glass light shades, all of which were hand made and exquisitely fashioned. Many other companies also made art glass light shades for table and floor lamps, electroliers, hallway fixtures, and wall sconces. Art glass shades were available in an infinite variety of shapes, sizes, colors, and decorations. Some shades are formed and decorated as lilies while others are bell-shaped and have ribbed or textured decoration. Rims are usually plain but sometimes are notched or ruffed. Tiffany and a French designer, Emile Galle were also known for their application of stained glass to the new forms of lighting – first gas, then electric lamps were sheltered under stained glass light shades. Stained glass making is a technique of collage, in which pieces of differently colored glass are cut to the shapes of a design, and fitted together. The glass is colored either by the mixture of certain oxides or minerals with the molten glass, or by firing these colorants onto the surface of clear glass. The advantage of the latter method is that the colorants can be painted onto the glass to create a picture or design. The most well known method of holding the pieces together is the use of lead joining strips. However, other materials such as copper and plaster have also been used for the joining. Stained glass windows probably originated in the Middle East, where glass making also originated. Fine early examples can be seen in the mosques and palaces of India, Iran and Turkey. In Europe stained glass was first used in the windows of the great cathedrals in Germany, beginning in the 11th century. It has been associated with church architecture since the middle ages. What is Art Glass? Art Glass can be defined as any ornamental glassware, whether utilitarian or not, which incorporates specialized shapes, surface treatments, glass chemistry, cutting or engraving, casing or shading, enameling or other decorative processes which are applied to a normally unique item. Art glass is typically hand blown and may, or may not, utilize a mold for shaping. The large scale production of Art Glass started in Europe about 1850, and about 1870 in the United States. There were 4 main areas in Europe that produced this glass: Bohemia, France, Great Britain and Italy. In Europe there were several companies that produced a large portion of their sales destined for export, and some of these larger and better known companies are still in business today. The oldest examples of glass date to about 2000 BC, and were found in Egyptian tombs. Glass was made by the Phoenicians who lived in what is now Lebanon. The classic method of forming glass was to blow the molten glass, by catching a blob of the heated glass on the end of a pipe, and shape it to the desired form by blowing through the pipe, and shaping it with various tools. The glass could also be blown into a mold. Colored glass is created by the addition of minerals to the molten glass. For example, gold was used in the past to create red; cobalt for blue; and manganese for purple. Ancient glass found in burial sites often has an iridescent surface that results from chemical reactions that occurred with the soil. In the late 19th century glass craftsmen sought to duplicate this effect in new glass. Iridescent effects were used by the Art Nouveau glass makers such as Louis Comfort Tiffany, Steuben Glass and Emile Galle. Beginning in the 20th century, glass started to become highly collectible as art. Works of art in glass can be seen in a variety of museums, including the Chrysler Museum, the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Toledo Museum of Art, and Corning Museum of Glass, in Corning, NY, which houses the world’s largest collection of glass art and history, with more than 45,000 objects in its collection. Several of the most common techniques for producing glass art include: blowing, kiln-casting, fusing, slumping, pate-de-verre, flame-working, hot-sculpting and cold-working. Cold work includes traditional stained glass work as well as other methods of shaping glass at room temperature. Glass can also be cut with a diamond saw, or copper wheels embedded with abrasives, and polished to give gleaming facets; the technique used in creating Waterford crystal. Art is sometimes etched into glass via the use of acid, caustic, or abrasive substances. Traditionally this was done after the glass was blown or cast. In the 1920s a new mould-etch process was invented, in which art was etched directly into the mould, so that each cast piece emerged from the mould with the image already on the surface of the glass. This reduced manufacturing costs and, combined with a wider use of colored glass, led to cheap glassware in the 1930s, which later became known as Depression glass. As the types of acids used in this process are extremely hazardous, abrasive methods have gained popularity. Fox Music Company is a Indie Record Store. Nestled in the Heart of Historic Watertown Wisconsin. Vinyl; Records; Long Plays; LPs; Albums; Wax Stacks or Stacks of Wax; 7′s 10′s or 12′s, 45 rpm; 33 1/3 rpm; 78 rpm or Maybe…. For you It’s Digital? Compact Disc; CD’s; DVD’s. Which Ever Your Favorite Term or Format, Fox Music has a Large Inventory of Records & CD’s, New & Used. Fox Music Company is located. Downtown Watertown Wisconsin, in the Historic Merchants National Bank Building on the corner of First Street and Main Street. Our entrance is on First Street at the top of the wheel chair ramp. The City of Watertown is located in the South Eastern portion of Wisconsin and is centered where the counties of Dodge and Jefferson meet. The North side of Watertown sits in Dodge County, the South side in Jefferson County. In the East-West direction we are midway between Madison and Milwaukee. The item “(1) Standard Lily Iridescent Stuido Glass Lamp Shade HAND BLOWN art deco GOLD” is in sale since Thursday, April 26, 2012. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Lamps, Lighting & Ceiling Fans\Lamp Shades”. The seller is “foxmusiconline” and is located in Watertown, Wisconsin. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, to all countries in Europe, to all countries in continental Asia, to Australia, ZA, to New Zealand.
  • Room: Bathroom
  • Brand: “Handmade”
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Color: Iridescent Gold Aurene
  • Material: Glass
  • Style: Art Nouveau – Arts & Crafts – Art Deco
  • Model: Standard Lily
  • Fitter Size: 7/8″ inches
  • Height: 5.25″ inches
  • Diameter: 3.25″ inches
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States