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1860's" Early American Pressed Glass, Comet/Horn of Plenty pattern Syrup

A prescut table service pattern that is a variant of the Comet/Horn of Plenty pattern described in reference books by R.W. Lee, K. Husfloen, and A.H. Metz probably made by Sandwich in the 1860's - originally as a syrup. Later it was modified by adding a #2 solid brass lamp collar. I have added a #2-to-#1 collar reducer so that it can be equipped with a solid brass #0 Queen Ann burner with chimney. The #2 size collar with a #2 burner and chimney would have given a top-heavy, unbalanced lamp. The glass is very high quality, probably flint glass, like the rest of the table service (compote, gravy, cruets, etc.).Given the style and apparent age of the collar, the metamorphosis probably took place in the 1880's. A high-quality lamp perfect for the sideboard or dining table. Market value without the collar adapter, burner or chimney is $150-$200.

Price = $135.00, plus shipping and insurance to your location (no "handling" fee is ever charged). If you use the PayPal shopping cart to pay, I will then pad and box the lamp, weigh it, and send you a PayPal money request for the shipping & insurance. Or you may email me your order and I will send you back an itemized invoice. I do ship to USA & Canada only
Height to collar: 5.75 inches
Diameter12.5 inches
Total Weight1.5 lb.
$135.00
+ shipping



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