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Lithyalin Glass Lamp

A stunning oil lamp, circa 1850, converted to electricity (please note, no damage was done to the base or the Lithyalin glass. The cord and the mast for the electric lamp were both dealt with through the oil reservoir), the base is bronze, marked with what appears to be an inverted "EB," not certain of its meaning. The origin is most likely Germany, though certainly European. The incredible Lithyalin glass body of the lamp is one of the finest examples of Friedrich Egermann's rare pieces. Lithyalin glass is an opaque or translucent marbled glass with a surface resembling polished gemstones. This piece has an incredible range of color. The lamp measures 27" tall to top of finial and the width at its widest point is 10".$Price on Request

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