DECO LADY FIGURE TABLE LAMP WITH CLOCK & SHADE

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 20,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

UP FOR SALE IS A VERY UNUSUAL AND RARE ART DECO LAMP THAT HAS A BEAUTIFUL STATUE OF A LADY HOLDING A WATERING CAN. IT HAS A MECHANICAL CLOCK AT THE BOTTOM BUT THE CLOCK DOES NOT WORK. THE WINDING HANDLE IS OFF THE END OF THE LITTLE WINDING ROD. THE LAMP HAS BEEN RE-WIRED BY A PROFESSIONAL LAMP SHOP. APPROXIMATELY 80%+ OF THE ORIGINAL PAINTED FINISH IS STILL IN PLACE.

THE BOTTOM OF THE LAMP IS SIGNED MANUFACTURED BY A. SCHADOW & SON, 353 CANAL STREET, NEW YORK, N.Y. MADE EXCLUSIVELY FOR JAMES RADIN INC.

THE CLOCK WAS MANUFACTURED BY THE INGRAM CO., BRISTOL, CONN. THE LAMP IS 13" TALL, IT IS APPROXIMATELY 7-1/2" WIDE AT THE WIDEST POINT AND IS 5" THICK AT THE THICKEST POINT. THE BASE IS 2-1/2" WIDE AND 7" LONG.

THE SHADE IS A FROSTED PETAL TYPE SHADE. THE ONLY DAMAGE IS IT HAS SEVERAL SMALL CHIPS ON THE TOP EDGE OF THE 2-1/4" FITTER. THEY WILL NOT SHOW WHEN THE SHADE IS INSERTED INTO THE SHADE HOLDER. THE SHADE HAS A TOTAL OF 10 PETALS, IT IS 4-1/2" TALL AND 4-1/4" WIDE AT THE WIDEST POINT.

MUCH OF THE MERCHANDISE I AM LISTING NOW CAME OUT OF OUR ANTIQUE LIGHTING SHOP WHICH WE RECENTLY CLOSED. THE MERCHANDISE IS AUTHENTIC AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND TODAY.

EMAIL ME AND LEAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS IF YOU NEED ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR PHOTOGRAPHS.

INSURANCE: INSURANCE WILL BE PROVIDED IF REQUESTED AND THE BUYER PAYS FOR IT. IF INSURANCE IS NOT PURCHASED ON THE MERCHANDISE, I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR IT ONCE IT IS MAILED. THE BUYER ASSUMES ALL LIABILITY FOR THE MERCHANDISE ONCE IT IS SHIPPED. I AM NOT LIABLE FOR ANY LOST OR DAMAGED MERCHANDISE THAT IS NOT INSURED.

PLEASE NOTE: I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CANCEL A BID IF THE BIDDER HAS NEGATIVE FEEDBACK. MONEY ORDERS, CASHIERS CHECK AND PAY PAL SHIP NEXT DAY. PLEASE ALLOW PERSONAL AND BUSINESS CHECKS SUFFICIENT TIME TO CLEAR. NORMALLY 3-10 DAYS.

BID WITH CONFIDENCE, I PROVIDE A PROFESSIONAL ACCURATE DESCRIPTION, PROFESSIONAL PACKING AND FAST EFFICIENT SHIPPING. I DO MAKE MISTAKES, BUT WITH COMMUNICATION, PROBLEMS CAN BE RESOLVED ON YOUR SIDE AND MINE.

PLEASE VIEW MY OTHER AUCTIONS I CURRENTLY HAVE RUNNING ON EBAY. MULTIPLE PURCHASES CAN BE COMBINED TO SAVE ON SHIPPING CHARGES. ALL INTERNATIONAL SALES MUST BE PAID BY PAY PAL.

Summary of My Selling Policies Payment PAYPAL, CREDIT CARD, MONEY ORDER OR BUSINESS/PERSONAL CHECK. PREFER PAY PAL FOR PAYMENT. PAYMENT DUE WITHIN 10 DAYS AFTER CLOSE OF AUCTION. IF PAYMENT IS NOT MADE IN 10 DAYS, A NON PAYING BIDDER ALERT WILL BE ACTIVATED. PLEASE REVIEW THE DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOGRAPHS. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. SHIPPING CHARGES WILL NOT BE RE-IMBURSED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. ALL INTERNATIONAL PAYMENTS ARE TO BE MADE THRU PAY PAL. Fees SALES TAX CHARGED FOR STATE OF GEORGIA SALES SHALL BE 7% UNLESS PURCHASER PROVIDES A STATE OF GEORGIA RE-SALE NUMBER. NO HANDLING OR PACKING FEES ARE CHARGED ONLY ACTUAL SHIPPING AND INSURANCE FEES ARE CHARGED. Shipping US AND INTERNATIONAL PURCHASER TO PAY ANY AND ALL REQUIRED SHIPPING FEES, EXPORT FEES AND CUSTOMS FEES. ALL SHIPPING FEES ARE ACTUAL FEES. THE BUYER DOES NOT PAY ANY HANDLING OR PACKING FEES UNLESS THE MERCHANDISE SOLD REQUIRES MORE THAN NORMAL/AVERAGE PACKING. INSURANCE IF PROVIDED WILL BE PAID BY BUYER. Delivery ALL AUCTION MERCHANDISE PAID FOR BY PAY PAL, CASHIERS CHECK OR MONEY ORDER ARE SHIPPED WITHIN 24 HOURS AFTER RECEIPT OF PAYMENT. ALL MERCHANDISE IS HELD UNTIL FUNDS ARE RELEASED IF THE AUCTION IS PAID FOR BY E CHECK. ALL MERCHANDISE PAID FOR BY BUSINESS/PERSONAL CHECKS IS HELD A MINIMUM OF 10 WORKING DAYS BEFORE SHIPMENT IS MADE. Refunds & Returns ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS WITH NO RETURNS. WE NORMALLY SELL ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES SO WITH ALL OLD ITEMS, T IS BOUND TO BE WEAR AND TEAR ASSOCIATED WITH AGE. I WILL DO MY BEST TO DESCRIBE ALL ITEMS ACCURATELY AND HONESTLY SO YOU WILL BE HAPPY WITH YOUR PURCHASE. IF YOU FEEL THE ITEM LISTED HAS BEEN GROSSLY MISREPRESENTED, PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL AND I WILL DISCUSS IT WI...

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