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Vintage

J.A. Whaley Co. Leaded Lamp

Tangible Investments LLC

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J.A. Whaley Co. Leaded Lamp
J.A. Whaley Co. Leaded Lamp
J.A. Whaley Co. Leaded Lamp
J.A. Whaley Co. Leaded Lamp
J.A. Whaley Co. Leaded Lamp
J.A. Whaley Co. Leaded Lamp
J.A. Whaley Co. Leaded Lamp
J.A. Whaley Co. Leaded Lamp

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Product Information

Era:
Antique
Condition:
Good; several small glass pieces have cracks
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
glass
Size:
20" W x 24" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

J. A. Whaley Co. leaded glass and patinated metal tulip lamp circa 1905. Illustrated in Paul Crist's book Mosaic Shades, Vol. 2, pg. 101. Lamp is not signed; this company generally did not sign their lamps. Authenticated by Paul Crist, leading authority on turn-of-the-century leaded lamps. Authentication certificate included.
As described by Tangible Investments LLC

About Tangible Investments LLC

Silvano DiGenova, founder and owner of Tangible Investments, is the former CEO of Superior Galleries in Beverly Hills and co-founder of three public companies trading in collectibles. Mr. DiGenova and his staff have sold more than $2 billion worth of fine collectibles, rare coins and precious metals. Located in Laguna Beach, CA,Tangible Investments has a spectacular collection of American and European paintings and authentic lamps and art glass from the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods.

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