Rare and Beautiful Bradley & Hubbard Hanging Lamp with a PeachBlow Hobnail Shade

The Bradley & Hubbard Mfg. Co.

Meriden, Connecticut


Extremely Rare

Excellent - Mint Original Condition

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

This lamp showcases several unusual features, especially for it being so early, that make it very rare and beautiful. The font is exceptionally rare, not only with its embossed honeycomb pattern but the additional castings attached to the font in a silver filagree. It is very unusual for font cases to have additional cast adornments, especially when they are not brass. It also has the upgraded feature of standoffs on the shade band to attach the chains and an exceptionally large and embossed balance bar. This is all set off with an exceptionally rare peach blow hobnail shade.

Our hanging lamps are typically photographed without any prisms, as to not obscure any parts of the lamp being shown. All hanging lamps include a full set of old standard prisms & chimney, 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 inventory on many different shades.

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 shade and font glass. 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.

We strive to do our best at attributing the correct manufacturer with each hanging lamp but that is not always the case with some of the rarer lamps and more obscure companies that produced some of these lamps. Most hanging lamps are attributed to a manufacturer due to a component being identified as produced by a particular manufacturer. Very rarely do any of the original trade catalogs surface to unequivocally tie a lamp to a particular company.

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