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Art Glass Lamps — A Century of Elegant Lighting (7/10/10)
This Tiffany Seven-Light Lily Lamp with Gold Dore Base is one of the most innovative styles of the Tiffany lamps.  Originally selling for $80 100 years ago, it sold for $21,850 (including the buyer’s premium) in October 2006. A century ago, people who wanted to buy fine American-made electric lighting fixtures were presented with a bewildering array … More >>


Collectors Shine a Light on Early Lanterns Varieties (7/1/09)
An example of a pierced “Paul Revere” lantern. This one is made of copper.When we see lanterns used as decorative objects, it’s hard to imagine that they were once among the only sources … More >>


Auction Report: Brrrring in Syracuse (1/27/09)
Five-shilling noteWhat felt like subzero temperatures did not deter avid antiques buyers from attending the Salt City Antique show in Syracuse, … More >>


At Peek at Sunnyborrke Antiques’ Brimfield Wares (1/23/09)
By Tom Carrier WorthPoint Worthologist WorthPoint is getting to be a regular fixture at Brimfield, the thrice-yearly outdoor antique fair along Route … More >>


Getting a ‘Handel’ on a Valuable Lamp & Shade (12/26/08)
Handel ShadeEvery now and again we are asked about items that, at first glance, would be considered to be yard sale … More >>


Vintage RCA “ON AIR light (8/12/08)
I recently acquired two vintage RCA MI-11717 “ON AIR” warning lights in original condition from a 1950′s TV studio that was demolished. I fell in love with radio back in the 1970′s, and have enjoyed a career in broadcasting and communications. I love these great old art deco “on air” lights, and I’m curious to know more about them and what they’re worth. More >>


Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company: The Early Years (1893 to 1910) (7/23/08)
This is the first of a series of articles on the Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company. Over the next few weeks I will cover the Art Deco period and art glass giftware line. History More >>


Antique cast iron wall mounting candle or latern holder (7/22/08)
This is a 19th century item that I bought from an estate sale. I have gone online to see if anything resembles this candle/latern holder. Some items I have seen resemble and are in the $800.00-1,000 range. My candle/latern holder swivels. More >>


Bronze figural lamp (3/9/08)
Bronze lampIts 3 feet tall and weighs about 35 to 50 pounds, made of brass, and on the bottom base it says MARIN, but cant find out anything about the lamp. I am trying to find out how much its worth, if anybody has info please email me at mdm13262@yahoo.com More >>


19th century glass lamps (2/12/08)
Blown glass top with a pressed bottom lamp sealed with a cork, c. 1820sTo keep light in a home during the 1800′s required the use of oil lamps, for the most part. The glass lamps were functional, put out enough candlepower to light a small room, and served as night lights for the kids. More >>


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