Bradley and Hubbard lamp


Here for your consideration is a great Bradley and Hubbard lamp. It is big. 26" high and 23" shade. Please note the shade is supported by a bronze 3-armed spider. All patina is good. The glass is original and free of chips or repairs and has nice coordinated colors. Please notice the Louis Sullivan design whom was the architect whom taught Frank Lloyd Wright. has all original hardware with acorn 2 acorn chain pulls and is properly signed. I would fire sale this beauty to you for $1350, plus shipping and insurance.

In 1875 Nat Bradley Hubbard and Walter Hubbard organized the Bradley and Hubbard manufacturing company on 21-23 Barkley St. in Meriden, Connecticut. Bradley & Hubbard were known for their good quality, wide variety of products,manufacturing chandeliers, piano lamps, brackets, banquet lamps, bordeaux lamps, table lamps, hanging lamps ink wells, card holders and lamp burners, and carried the center draft Bradley & Hubbard burner. Today their products "especialally lamps" are recognized as collectible and sought after.