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Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp

Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp
Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp
Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp
Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp
Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp
Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp
Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp
Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp
Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp
Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp
Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp
Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp

Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp   Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp

ANTIQUE NAILSEA ENGLISH ART GLASS BLOWN CRANBERRY & WHITE 3 PIECE FAIRY LAMP. A beautiful piece of hand-made Victorian era English art glass in the form of a lovely 3-piece Nailsea-type fairy lamp. The lamp consists of a cranberry and white blown glass base with a crimped rim, a cranberry and white blown dome and a clear glass pressed candle holder.

The base has a factory ground and polished pontil mark. According to the book mentioned below this particular lamp is a Skirts Up style, due to the fact that the rim of the base is turned upwards. The Nailsea name refers to the style of glass made with thin threads of glass of one color (opal white in this case) wound around a different color base (cranberry in this case) rather than a particular firm. Although the town of Nailsea in England did have a glass factory of the same name that did produce some of this style of art glass. To make this pattern, the threads of glass are manipulated while hot into the pattern, that in this case ended up similar to a pulled feather pattern. Who contracted with numerous firms to manufacture the glass parts. Clarks only manufactured the candles for the lamps, not the glass.

The mark on the candleholder reads: CLARKES CRICKLITE TRADE MARK. A very similar Nailsea-type fairy lamp is pictured in Fig. 600 on page 171 of the book of the book Fairy Lamps by Bob and Pat Ruf. The lamp has great color and is gorgeous as you can see from the photos!

I do my best to describe all items as accurately as possible and to the best of my ability. Some of my photos may be somewhat lighter or darker than actual to better show detail or color.

However, do not hesitate to contact me with any questions, comments, or with requests for additional pictures. Our store has many unique and interesting items in several different categories from 35 years of our dealing and collecting antiques and collectables. This piece dates to circa 1880s-1890s.

It is in excellent original condition. Please look closely at the photos as they are an important part of my description of this item. There is some very minor roughness to the inside edge of the top rim of the dome, but in my opinion, this is from the factory grinding and not any form of damage. There is some minor roughness to the candleholder as well as some other light signs of wear.

All of this is very minor and something I would expect to see on glass of this age. Otherwise, there are no other chips, flea bites, cracks, hairlines or repairs.

There are also some very light signs of wear to the bottom of the foot on the base that would be consistent with a piece of glass of this age. In remarkable condition considering it is well over 100 years old. Please keep in mind these photos can be blown up at least 8X-10X times normal, so anything you see will look 8X-10X times larger in the photos than it really is. Please note: if you see a dark spot in the photos it is from my camera and is not a mark on the piece. It will be either just to the right of center towards the bottom or slightly above center on the right side of the photo.

It is about 5.625 (14.3 cm) in diameter at its largest and sits about 5.25 (13.3 cm) off the table at the top of the dome. About 1 pound 9.25 ounces (717 grams). On heavier items I will also offer a less expensive option, if available.

The item "ANTIQUE NAILSEA ENGLISH ART GLASS BLOWN CRANBERRY & WHITE 3 PIECE FAIRY LAMP" is in sale since Tuesday, February 06, 2018. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\British\Other British Art Glass". The seller is "rvhound" and is located in Middletown, Ohio.

This item can be shipped worldwide.


Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp   Antique Nailsea English Art Glass Blown Cranberry & White 3 Piece Fairy Lamp