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Gustav Stickley table lamp, 625
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Gustav Stickley table lamp, 625
Rare Gustav Stickley table lamp, #625, hammered copper and riveted strap shade with a cut-out border over original slag glass, supported by an octagonal wooden base with hammered copper bands, impressed mark, 18.5"w x 26"h, excellent condition Provenance: The Estate of Stephen Gray
nice patina, as described
Shipping quotes: All domestic shipping quotes must be submitted to TreadwayToomey Galleries within 2 business days prior to the auction, International shipping quotes 3 business days before auction. All shipping quotes must have the following information, lot 's, full name and address, residential or business address. All items will be shipped from the John Toomey Gallery, 818 North Boulevard, Oak Park, IL 60301. Please contact colleenjohntoomeygallery.com for all shipping quotes. Shipping charges are Non-refundable. No exceptions.
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Grueby and other makers of carved pots or those with high relief will often have flakes on edges of the leaves or points in high relief, we will only mention anything we feel objectionable and will still consider these pieces to be mint. Clewell is copper-clad and patinated; this patina occasionally has small flakes, we mention any we feel significant. Some framed tiles or plaques may have chips, which are hidden by their frames. We will not be responsible for their disclosure unless we feel significant. Some pieces will be dirty or stained, this will usually not be mentioned. In any case, if you are particular about minor flaws, you should examine pieces in person or have our staff answer any questions. Please ask questions before you buy. Furniture has its original hardware and wood unless otherwise noted. Finishes and marks are carefully described. Some original finishes have minor restoration such as added color or a recoating. We will describe to the best of our ability, but it is the buyer's responsibility to obtain an in depth description. The wood is oak, unless otherwise stated, and the dimensions are approximate. The furniture is old and over the years has acquired a few dents, drink rings, separations, burns, chips and assorted flaws. We will only mention those that we feel are objectionable. When we describe a piece of furniture as being in "excellent condition", it generally implies that the finish is original and the structure is in fine shape. A piece that has been totally or partially refinished and is in good structural shape will generally be described as being in "very good condition". A piece that needs to be refinished or that has a less than stable structural state (i.e. needs gluing, redoweling, etc.) may be generally described as being in "good condition". The majority of this furniture is ready to be put in the home. Fine Jewelry and Watches. 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