David Neuhauser 18" Clematis Table lamp
D.L. Neuhauser Company in Chicago between 1907 - 1913. The leaves, flowers & background glass match the illustrated advertisement in the November 1913 issue of the Chicago Tribune. Lamp base looks to be white metal but has bronze heat cap & finial with bronze shade rest that fits the shade perfectly as shade sits on rest tight in place and also was original to when the lamp was purchased. Base has a 2 socket cluster with Bryant sockets that have Bryant paddle levers to turn on/off. In excellent condition the base is unblemished with no dents or damage of any kind. All glass is original & none are replaced. Leading and glass is tight in place.
Dimensions - condition & description: 24"H x 18"W the border rim of shade curves inward a little bit - Leading is thin & symmetrical. The base foot is 9" wide. There are 6 tight heat cracks in the glass shade. Glass in flowers & leaves has some mottling to show contrast against the background glass. Flowers & leaves use granite backed glass on interior - flowers are pink, orange/peach, blue & violet/purple glass & have orange centers. Background glass is a light blue/green. Lamp has been rewired with cloth insulation & old plug added to complete it's look of original age.
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