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Antique Crystal Electric Candle Lamp with Crystal Prisms

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Circa 1940 beautiful electric crystal lamp

Starting at the top underneath the metal cut-out holding the "electric candle" is a beautiful crystal dish (5 inches in diameter) with scalloped edges and etched X's around the dish (2nd picture)

8 dangling crystals/prisms are suspended from the dish

Below the dish is a large round crystal ball 3 inches tall

Below the crystal ball is a slice of crystal, cylindrical in shape
3 inches in diameter and 1 inch high or thick - this piece has etched X's
(there are a few nicks on this piece)
The round brown circle on the cylindrical piece about the size of a pencil eraser in the 3rd and 4th pictures is the manufacturer's sticker

At the bottom is a large, heavy cut-crystal base
5 1/2 inches in diameter and 2 1/4 inches high
(The base does has a portion that has shows cracks internally - I can not feel them on the outside, nor on the inside - it is unusual isolated damage however it does not take away from the beauty of the lamp - noted in the 4th picture)

Solid crystal and heavy (about 5 lbs), the lamp stands 9 1/4 inches tall, not including the candle - 11 1/2 inches tall to the top of the candle - this is a beautiful lamp

Uses standard chandelier bulbs
This is a working lamp as noted in last picture

Lamp includes glass hurricane shade that is not original to the lamp

Thanks so much for looking and don't hesitate to convo me with questions.

Antique Crystal Electric Candle Lamp with Crystal Prisms


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Only ships within United States.
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