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Found this lamp recently.  

Brass base, porcelain body, shade has probably been recovered.  It was very dirty but I managed to clean the fabric back to a very acceptable level.

Overall height to top of shade is 37 1/2 inches.

Is this a Sitzendorf (German) lamp?  

Age? 

Style?

Value?

Thank you.

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Hi Jim,

Are there any markings? You may need to separate the metal base on the bottom to see the underside of the porcelain vase.

Thanks for your reply.

No markings that I can see.  I realize that there may be a makers mark on the underside of the porcelain body, but my wife does not want me to risk taking it apart, it's her lamp.  I was hoping someone might recognize it without seeing a makers mark.

Thanks for taking a look.

What strikes me is the under use of the color green and the ivy that seems so prevalent in the other pieces I find with any kind of floral motif.  Also the flowers are muted and do not vary in color like the flowers in other examples, but there is a more pronounced use of gold.  Not suggesting that I know anything, but the feeling seems a bit different than Sitzendorf.

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Thank you for the reply.  I see what you mean about the muted colors in comparison to your Sitzendorf examples.  I think it is of German origin though.

The important thing is that we like it, fits in perfectly.

Maybe the maker will remain a mystery.

Thanks again.

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