Unidentified
Contemporary Candle/Fairy Lamps

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1001
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1002
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1003
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1004
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1005
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1006
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1007
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1008
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1009
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1010
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1011
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1012
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1013
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1014
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1015
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1016
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1017
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1018
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1019
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1020
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1021
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1022
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1023
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1024
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1025
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1026
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1027
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1028
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1029
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1030
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1031
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1032
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1033
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1034
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1038
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1041

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1000
  • May have been made overseas.

  • I have this style in 6 different colors.

  • Fairy Lamp #1000 is being made by Brooke Glass Company.  Mould owned by various other West Virginia Glass makers before Brooke obtained it.

  • This fairy lamp was made by Fenton and Jeanette Glass in West Virginia before Brooke obtained the mold.   The Fenton lamp is unmarked but can be told by its vibrant color and its flawless design.

1001
  • Looks like an older Fenton. Saw one just like that in jadite.

  • 1001 is Fenton, you can find it in the 3rd 25 years Fenton book page 125, this one is called Peking Blue. Made in 1980.  They did make this in Jade Green also.

  • Fenton Peking Blue, 1980  7500PK, in the J. Measell book.

1002
  • I sold one on Ebay and a buyer told me it was a Home Interior piece.

1004
  • Made by Kanawha Glass Company.   They were in West VA sometime in the 70's  I have that one in Amberina.

  • I took a closer look at my green lamp and found a partial sticker on it.  The sticker says "Kanawha Hand Crafted Glass, Dunbar, WV"

  • Kanawba - Hand Crafted Glass, Dunbar, WV

1005
  • Iorio Furnaces in a pulled feather pattern.

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1007
  • Distributed by AA Imports.   The 2000 Catalog has the "Lattice Cut Crystal Fairy Lamp" Item #9034 for $37.50 each dealer cost

1008
  • Indiana Glass #7300.  I have an original box.

  • Deep ruby red Indiana Glass Fairy Light #7393 with original label

1010 
  • Owl with yellow glass eyes. I was told it came from France.

  • 1010 also came in green.

  • I have this one in amber and amethyst and have seen them is amberina and various satins.

  • We have been researching Mosser Glass recently and they sent us a catalog page showing #1010 Owl. We have it in satin amber and have seen it in shiny amber.

1011
  • Looks like an 'uncut' Romanian.

  • I have the number #1011 cranberry fairy lamp.  It has a partial gold foil label that says:"AA Import, St. Louis, Made In..."   The label is an oval shape and is torn down the middle with the right side missing.

1012
  • Fenton daisy and button from Olde Virginia Glass.

  • #1012 is actually made by L. G. Wright and is called the 'Buttons and Bows' pattern.

  • This is Mosser #178, Daisy & Button Fairy Lamp made from 1977-94. It is similar in shape to Fenton #9102, Fine Cut & Block made for the Olde Virginia Line in the 70s except the Fenton base has a castelated top rim and the Mosser's rim is smooth.

  • Made by L.G. Wright.  I have it in 4 colors and all are marked with the Wright logo.  The Mosser logo is an M inside the outline of the state of Ohio.  This one is clearly a W in a circle making it L. G. Wright.

1013
  • This was on E-bay 2 years ago claimed to be identified as Petites Choses by embossed ID on bottom.

  • Same lamp also found with no embossed markings.

  • Frosted Artichoke; I have seen a paper label on one of these with "Frosted Petal Votive Lamp, B of A Inc. 1987 Made in Korea".

1014
  • This is from Partylite home party.

1015
  • Frosted Xmas House; We have this with paper sticker "Made in Taiwan". We also have one with a similar style in the shape of a Church with Steeple, unfrosted, in its original box marked "Style #G3617 Village Church Votive, Made in Taiwan, Distr. by A. M. C. New York, NY 10018, USA, Timeless Treasures line. Other models available #G3617CF and #G3617F." (C=colored?; F=frosted?)

1016
  • Mushroom Type; Our bases with this distinctive shape are embossed inside "Made in England" and have come with various decal decorations on the shade.

  • The top and base are both marked "Made in England" and are very heavy.  Cute little decal about friendship and a boy and girl in it.  

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1020
  • This appears to be an variant of the Indiana Glass Co. #1767 Diamond Point Angel Light from c.1974. 

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1023
  • Ceramic Floral; We have three similar ones purchased through the Winter 1995 David Kay Catalog, Peoria, IL as Item #30288 Floral Votive Holder. We have Calla Lily, Bearded Iris and Rose all marked "Made in Philippines." Original cost $10.95 each.

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1031
  • It is a flashed paper thin glass that feels almost like plastic.  It is understood it to be "Princess House."

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1033
  • Mushroom Type; Shown in Tiara Exclusives book as "Sunset Swept (or Sunswept) Lamp, 7 1/2"h" in pink and in yellow mist on crystal bases.  Probably made by L. E. Smith as bases are indistinguishable from their #5787 and #6227 Candle Lamps.

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1037
  • This is Spruce by Elements, #44115047 and is 11 1/2" tall.  There is also a Spruce by Elements, #44115048 which is 7" tall.  The latter came in a set of two.  I purchased all of these new in 1996.

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