Handel Water Lily Lamp Green & White Slag Glass Shade (1) Simply Magnificent
A very nice Handel water lily lamp offered for sale through Fickle Moon Antiques; ca 1910.
The Handel Company
Handel Water Lily Pad Lamp
Offered here through Fickle Moon Antiques is this antique Handel water lily lamp. Simply magnificent when illuminated.
The green and white water lily-form blossom shade is supported by a Hubbell keyless socket; shade approximately 10.5″ diam.
Overall very nice condition with the exception of one hairline (see picture).
The unopened rear flower pod was not designed to illuminate. The base is a lily pad design.
Handel signature underfoot
This beautiful Handel lamp has been rewired with period-style cord; new inner socket and insulator; new plug and an inline switch.
Handel & Eydam formed in 1885
The Handel Company incorporated in 1903; Meriden, CT
Ceased operations in 1936
As with all antique lamp shades, great care should be implemented when attaching the shade to the base. The shade will be removed from the base and properly packed for transit.
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