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Pair of Spun Brass Squat Balls - Lampmaking - Vintage Lighting Design - Lamp Parts

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Pair of Spun Brass Squat Balls - Lampmaking - Vintage Lighting Design - Lamp Parts

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  • Vintage Supply from the 1950s
  • Craft type: Lampworking & shaping
  • Materials: metal, brass
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This listing is for a pair of new old stock spun brass hollow squat balls for lamp making. They were used in Williamsburg styled chandeliers - but would look great in many custom lighting applications. They were spun and soldered in the 1960s in Reuschenberg, Germany. They are high quality pieces in excellent condition save for some slight discoloration from storage. The discoloration (see photos) is easily removed with polish as these are unlacquered raw brass. These balls measure 4 1/2" wide and 3 1/4" tall. They have a 7/16" through holes to accommodate 1/8" IPS (3/8" nominal) lamp rod. They are made of solid brass - not plated brass. Thank You!!

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