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I have found very little information about my lamp. I believe it is slag? Lights in the base as well but I didn't have a bulb. It has Paul Harmon Lamp, Olney IL and a number 618-395-4114. Mom sez vintage but not antique. Any information?

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Hello Tiffany, I was wondering if your grandfather designed his lamps or hired someone else? I guess I'm curious about the whole manufacturing process. I really love these lamps. There was a western store here in Florida that I remember seeing some of these lamps in there or at least I think they were the same. I don't believe they were inexpensive. I was also wondering if there was access to any of the original parts anywhere? Like the finial.

Oralei, you looking for this finial1 1/8" Brass Ball finial, 1/4-27F base for use on standard harps in ant finish $4. unfinished $3.


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Hi Craig, EJ's lamp looked like it had a replacement finial similar to the one you posted. I wondered what the original looked like.  If it looked like the Native American on horse?

I remember these lamps floating about all over the place can not remember any fancy finials tho




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