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East Aurora, New York, circa 1910, copper frames with cut out and applied white metal swirl decoration in vibrant green and lavender stained glass panels including a three light hanging fixture, two cylindrical shades and a pair of square copper-topped light fixtures; unmarked.
Triple shade 13 x 14.5 x 5.5 in.; square shades 13 x 5.5 x 5.5 in.; cylindrical shades 12 x 4.25 in. diameter.From the Collection of Mary Wells, Greensboro, North Carolina
Acquired by the consignor 25 years ago in Pennsylvania.
A matching triple shade was sold at Rago, May 31, 1998, for $101,750. Noted in AntiqueWeek, Mon., Sept. 7, 1998-41, Eastern Edition.
Fair condition; all need rewiring and have verdigris and denting to the copper; lacking support hooks to caps; the triple light fixture with one detached glass pane, two areas of separation to the lead; one square copper topped shade with loose glass panel and denting to two sides, one central vertical glass panel with cracks; the other square copper topped shade with three cracked panels and some bowing to lead panels; one cylindrical shade with six cracked panels and some missing pieces from cracks; the other cylindrical shade with three cracked panels.
$2,000 - 4,000