C. 1920 ' S HEINTZ Arts & Crafts Sterling On Bronze Lamp Stickley Roycroft Handel
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A fantastic Arts & Crafts era Heintz sterling over bronze desk lamp. Original leathery brown mottled finish, socket, flared pull chain, felt bottom and foil Heintz label. The shade liner has been replaced years ago with appropriate period type paisley pattern cloth. The lamps stands about 11" tall and a bulbous 8" diameter. Modest signs of wear commensurate with age. An asset to any home having Stickley, Roycroft, Limbert or any Arts & Crafts decor. Wonderful warm ambient glow when illuminated.
CONDITION REPORT: Wonderful original finish. Previously Owned cosmetic condition having typical signs of age related wear commensurate with its age. Good working condition.
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inkfrog terapeakOn Jun-07-19 at 09:27:27 PDT, seller added the following information: !!!ATTENTION!!!It was just brought to my attention that the "Condition" category states this lamp as "NEW." It is not new. This is a default setting by Ebay that I did not catch before launching the listing. My apology for anyone this may have confused. Just an FYI, Heintz went out of business during the start of the Great Depression, around 1930.
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