Here is a great old signed Bradley and Hubbard 16 panel table that is in excellent condition. It has it's original foe "vere de gris" finish (also known as frog skin) which is somewhat rare for a B&H lamp that dates from around 1910. The base is made from cast iron and brass in a typical arts and crafts style. The dome overlay shade has a brick work pattern and is made from pot metal that has outstanding detail throughout. The shade is missing a very small piece of filigree which we are mentioning for accuracy....not really noticeable and being mentioned for accuracy. All the glass is in excellent condition and appears to be all original. Green with white swirls for the upper portion and ruby granite back glass for the lower panels.
The lamp is rewired using the original "P&S" pull chain socket that has been outfitted with a new cardboard liner. This period lamp has the quality and styling of a HANDEL for a fraction of the price. These lamps are becoming hard to find especially in such good condition....a must have for any collector. The lamp stands about 20" tall with a 14" diameter shade.
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