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Circa 1910, green mottled glass shade with emerald green cabochons, the seven dragonflies with cream bodies, ruby cabochon eyes some with amber edges, reticulated bronze overlay wings with pink and green swirled slag glass, triple line bottom rim in alternating green and yellow, pierced bronze heat cap, onion shaped finial, three-socket form marked Weber, patinated bronze base with applied Art Nouveau swirls, scaled baluster standard, flared reeded base with bulbous scaled pattern surround, the shade with stamped bronze tag to interior rim reading "Tiffany Studios New York 1495", the underside of the base stamped "Tiffany Studios New York 366 / S179".
Base 26 x 10 in. diameter; shade 8 x 20 3/8 in. diameterFrom the Collection of the late Robert Jamieson Jr., Pinehurst, North Carolina
Very lovely original mottled green and rich reddish brown patina to the the bronze on both the base and the solder to the shade.
Shade: 2.5 inch solder repair to fitter rim edge; the same area with four cracked glass panels; a few other scattered tight hairline cracks to glass panels; one of the upper green cabochons with chips; the lamp base with a dent to the underside edge of the base (only visible from underneath).
$40,000 - 60,000