Pittsburgh Hand Painted Dafodil Lamp


Daffodils daffodils all year long. Bring flowers and joy to your home every day of the year with this beauty. Here for your consideration is a lovely 1920's Pittsburgh 18" reverse hand painted daffodil floral panel lamp. Retains the original brass dual sockets, brass pull chains, shade holder, and finial. Lamp measures 25" tall by 8" diameter. In good working order with new cord and plug. The matching shade has six reverse painted panels with band of florals beneath green background, the glass surface "chipped ice" texture. Frame measures 7-1/2" tall by 18" diameter. Very good condition: metal without breaks or losses, original finish with slight wear at shade holder and finial. Glass panels and reverse painting without any damage or wear. A practical and beautiful and great investment. The Pittsburgh "Pilabrasgo" Co. was started by Nicholas Kopp in 1900, a chemist known for his knowledge and ability to hand mold and color beautiful lamps that were very popular until 1926, when the company bankrupted. Now the upper end Pittsburgh lamps are popular and command high demand.