|Search results for :|| |
The Fairy Lamp Club, established 1996, is dedicated to the research and advancement of information related to Victorian and contemporary fairy lamps.
fairy, light, clarke, burmese, candle, cricklite, pyramid, fenton, wright, mosser, antiques
forum, table, love, moonchildren, kerli, music, dead, walking, creationist, want, nothing, hurt, dragonfly, saima, fairy, fragile, bulletproof, estonia, creepshow, blonde, three, dots, bubblegoth, supergirl, when
|Topics linked your research :|| |
anyone help me identify this little metal desk lamp? it has part of a sticker left on with logo that looks like NAP LAKO or maybe NAD IAKO and ejc.....any ideas? lamps are not my thing i just liked the look of it.
Please ID this if you have any info on it. It's 18" high, adjustable height with rotating head. No mark found at the bottom. Thanks!
This picture is of the 'venerable No. 47' dial lamp and holder from a Sonora RCU-208. Before I started troubleshooting the radio, I removed it since both leads were in visible contact with the chassis where the wires are frayed. I suspect this conditio
We know thi is Italian, form itself, it also retains a very small partial label, that we know said "Made in Italy", but beyond that we haven't been able to pin it down. Any help will be greatly appreciated. It was purchased here in U.S. about 15 years
Mr. Butter wants me to post a photo of the newest addition to our household, this beautiful arc lamp! Yes, the photo is not the greatest - we purchased it at an estate sale and this was the photo from the sale. Be that as it may, we can find no markings
I have an arc lamp similar to the Flos Arco but mine has (had) a white translucent globe with lights in it for ambient/uplighting. The globe shade also has metal trim and a spot light for down lighting. I believe it to be a Guzzini but I can find no