The Bradley & Hubbard Mfg. Co.

Meriden, Connecticut


Extremely Rare

Excellent – Mint

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*(Rarity Scale: “Scarce” – “Rare” – “Very Rare” – “Extremely Rare”)

Matching Solid Brass Font & Frame; Victorian Prismed Gone With The Wind Library Lamp manufactured by The Bradley & Hubbard Lamp Co. - Circa 1880-1900.   Probably the finest GWTW Ball Shade Hanging Lamp Frame I have ever seen.  All components of Solid Brass Frame Match: from font to the retractor canopy shell. Beautiful & Stunning High-Grade Library Lamp Frame with Exceptionally Cased Glass Art-Glass Ball Shade w/ 24kt gold decoration. Please note the rare use of "twisty" hangers & exceptional ornamentation. 

Our hanging lamps are typically photographed without any prisms, as to not obscure any parts of the lamp being shown. Any hanging lamps without any prisms includes a full-set of standard prisms, otherwise they include the prisms shown. Upgraded prisms may be requested upon availability. The shades shown on the lamp is our best determination for the aesthetic appeal of the lamp, we have other shades available upon request.

A note about hanging lamps; due to the large amounts of pieces comprising a hanging lamps most lamps didn't come in a "standard" version or with a particular shade, except in the case of matching font glass and shade. All our hanging lamps come with matching components, that is all components were made by the same company and generally match in pattern. There are upgraded components that can be added or changed out on our lamps, i.e. twistys instead of chains. Please contact us for more info about upgrading components.

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