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N.W. Art Shade Co. Chicago Slag Glass Table Lamp


A stunning and rare signed N.W. ART SHADE CO. CHICAGO ILL.

Even the Paint (colors of gold, rose, blue and green) used to shade and high light different parts of the filigree is still completely intact. Which I have never seen before!

  • All Original Glass
  • Tapered Lighthouse with Curved Stain Glass
  • c.1920
  • Slag glass base and shade with flat and arched panels
  • Turquoise and caramel slag glass panels
  • Metal overlay with garden-style arbors and floral decoration
  • Pierced metal trellises, foliage and winged putti decor
  • N.W. ART SHADE CO. is signed on the underside of the base
  • Near Mint Condition (I only found one tiny piece of filigree missing

Height: 29″
Diameter: 19.50″ (including shade)

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Rare Antique Pittsburgh Lamp


  • Circa late 1920’s
  • Obverse Painted Mountain and Tree Scene
  • Beautiful Art Neuvo Banding on the Shade
  • Original Pittsburgh Lamp Heat Cap and Finial
  • Art Neuvo Base with Cattails and Elongated Leaves
  • I yet to see another lamp like this one!
    Height: 20 inches
    Diameter: 16 inches
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Handel Reverse Paint Tall Trees Lamp


  • Circa 1910’s
  • Lovely Frosted Chip Glass Domed Shade with Reverse-Painted Tall Trees, Shrubs, flowers and Mountains with Clouds
  • Signed Shade is Stamped on the Ring and Hand-Signed on Interior with “Handel 7111” with Artist Bedigie Signed
  • No Chips, Cracks, Brass Fleur-de-Lis Pierced Heat Cap
  • Unusual Base with nice carving Patinated.
  • Triple Socket Cluster on Base with Acorn Pulls
  • Base Marked with Handel Retailer Tag on Underside
  • Rewired with Period-Appropriate Cloth Wiring
  • Perfect for a Parlor, Entry, Office or Boudoir!
  • The Best Scenic Lamp I have had.with excellent colors!!
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Chicago Mosaic Shade Co. Leaded Panel Lamp with Lighthouse Base


  • Manufactured by the MOSAIC Shade Company of Chicago, mid-1920’s
  • Possibly the Finest Panel Lamp Available!
  • Very Elaborate Metalwork of Bowered Fairies, Floral & Scroll Motifs, and Northwind-Style Lion Faces
  • Lighthouse Base Lights Separately
  • Shade Features Five Bent Panels of Caramel Slag Glass with Turquoise Slag Accent Panels
  • Ornate Heat Cap and Finial
  • Two Light Fixtures Above Base, Each with Original Pull Chains, and Light Fixture within Base
  • All Glass Is Original with one small crack
  • Base is adorned with Four Large Winged Giffins
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Victor Victrola V with Speartip Horn


  • Circa 1906
  • Mint Condition!
  • Nickel Condition is Excellent
  • Wood is Fabulous
  • The Horn is Excellent
  • Top of the Line Victor Victrola Oak Model with an External Horn
  • Triple Spring Mechanism
  • Extra Large Quartersawn Case with Columns
  • Tapered Tone Arm with Near Mint Nickel Plate
  • The Black Tone Arm Bracket Still Has the Original Gold Leaf Pin Striping in Near Mint Condition
  • Upgraded Speed Controller
  • Larger Turntable to Play Any Size Record
  • The Ultimate Oak Spear Horn Comes with this Victor
  • Nice Period Reproducer
  • Beautiful Restored Original Finish with Loads of Patina


    Height: 8″
    Width: 15″
    Depth: 15″

    Horn: 26″ long,  22″ diameter
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Antique Regina Music Box


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  • Circa 189O’s
  • All Quartersawn Oak Case
  • Double Comb in Perfect Condition
  • Lots of Ornate Trim
  • Works and Sounds Great
  • Comes with 10 15.5″ Discs
  • Penny Operates Machine29″ wide
    20″ deep
    13″ tall
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Victor III Phonograph with Rare Matching Quartersawn Oak Victor Horn


  • Circa 1905
  • All Original
  • Near Mint Condition
  • All Original Finish on Horn and Machine
  • Extremely Rare Period Correct Victor Horn
  • Quartersawn Oak
  • Original Decal on Horn
  • The Case has the Fancy Fluted Columns on the Corners
  • Original Nickel is all in Excellent Condition
  • Notice the Great Pin Stripe Detailing on the Bracket
  • Quartersawn Oak Horn in Mint Condition with Original Victor Decal on the Outside
  • The Victor III started out as the “Victor M” (Monarch) Model in 1901 and
  • Transitioned to Victor III nomenclature around 1905
  • First Model to use the Tapered Tone Arm
  • Features an Upgraded Double-spring Motor
  • Made of Quartersawn Oak with Additional Corner Ornamentation
  • Plays and Works Great!
  • Super Nice – Collector’s Quality
    Height: 28″
    Width: 15 inches
    Depth: 24 inchesHorn:
    Diameter: 18″
    Length: 21″
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