McCoy Buckingham Ceramics USA wishing well lamp vintage 1940s
McCoy Buckingham Ceramics USA wishing well lamp vintage 1940s McCoy made pieces for the Buckingham Ceramics Company. Nelson McCoy was kind enough to share some of the history related to that relationship. Buckingham, gave McCoy about six pieces a year to produce for them. One of these items was a lamp utilizing the design of the very successful McCoy Wishing Well planter. Many collectors have found examples of this lamp in several McCoy known glaze colors. It has the typical McCoy gloss gray glaze, consistent with this late 1940s era and is marked Buckingham on the bottom in the same style as that shown on the back of the Wall Lamp. Same era as the vintage TV lamps also from Buckingham Ceramics USA. No chips or cracks in very good condition. Needs cleaning. Lampshade is not original
McCoy Buckingham Ceramics USA wishing well lamp McCoy green color approx size 8 1/2" x 6 3/4" x 4 1/2" lamp shade approx size 10" x 5"
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