SOLD! for $840.00.
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- Low Estimate: $700.00
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- Realized: $840.00
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Pittsburgh lamp with reverse painted glass "Call of the Wild" shade, depicting a river landscape with Native American campsite including teepee and canoes under a full moon; partial original label to underside of shade; Art Nouveau style bronze base with molded trifid leaves similar to the arrowhead plant (appears unsigned; felt on bottom not removed). Flame finial. Shade – 16" dia.; base – 19" H; overall – 21 1/2" H. American, circa 1905. CONDITION: Professionally rewired about 20 years ago; replaced interior plugs; exterior sockets original, new cord and wall plug. Functional at time of photography. Few scattered "heat spots" to underside of shade; one 1/4" dia. flake to underside (sky area); couple of tiny fleabite sized flakes (largest 1/4" dia.) to underside of rim. Some oxidation and light wear to base. Overall very good condition. Base and shade may not be original to each other.