Antique Lights Rainaud Slag Glass Beautiful Table Lamp
A very nice antique Rainaud Lamp Company table lamp. The 24″ tall base supports a beautiful 18″ slag glass shade.
H.E. Rainaud Antique Slag Glass Table Lamp
H.E. Rainaud Company Art Nouveau antique table lamp; detailed metal overlay on 18″ slag glass shade with a colorful 24″ tall base.
Two pieces of slag have a tight-line on the inner side that does not show on the exterior (see last two pictures). All pieces of slag are intact with no separation and no repairs.
Nicely restored with two cluster period-style sockets, period-style cord, and a plug.
The H.E. Rainaud Company made lamps in Meriden, Connecticut, from 1916 to about 1930. Rainaud specialized in lamps with heavy metal bases and shades made of detailed metal laid over colored glass.
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Geography: Meriden, Connecticut
Maker: H.E. Rainaud Company
Approximate Dimensions: 24″ tall base 18″ shade diameter
Signature: Rainaud impressed on the base
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