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    An American Reverse-Painted Glass Lamp
    Pairpoint Corporation, Early Twentieth Century

    The wooden foot supports a slightly flaring, etched glass lamp body with a tapering neck and flared rim, the large broad bell-shaped shade decorated in the same manner as the body with seagulls in a night sky with a green and purple wave pattern representing the sea, two ships are depicted in the background of the shade, artist signed H. FISHER to the inside of the shade
    25in. high

    Reyne Haines: Two internal chips to rim.

    Greg Kuharic: Artist signed 'H. Fisher,' chip to rim 1/4" long and filled with resin; finial replaced; est. $9000-$12000.

    Larry Zinzi: Shade has beeen restored, but piece is fine.

    Danny Gipson: Two repaired areas on shade; base is okay, but not examined with hardware off.

    Condition Report*: Normal signs of wear as appropriate with age; .5 diameter chip to the rim of the shade which has been restored.
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    September, 2005
    17th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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