"It appears to have been rewired probably in the 1980s-90s.
Without a hands-on it's hard to say if it's lead crystal, hand-cut, or not. The style looks to be American, 1880s-1930s, era known as EAPG (early American Pattern…"
This is a lead crystal lamp made prior to WW II. It is approximately 12 inches high, the base is about 8 inches highand the diameter at the base is about 3.5 inches. The globe ia about 4 to 5 inches in height and a diameter about 4 inches. I have traced it to be possibly Czecksolvakian/Bohemia made.Any information you may have on this type of lamp and It's possible value would be appreciatedSee More
This should be fun "Let's Guess What This Is": present puzzling objects that the group will try to figure out what is it? Idea is to challenge the group and learn more about unique antiques and collectibles.See More
"Hi, Those are not American or English pinwheels - they are Czech/Bohemia - also Germany and Poland make this style as well. It was probably made somewhere in the 1930's - 40's.
So check pricing on lamps made by those places."
If that link you provided is authentic CC, then somebody is going to buy a piece of CC for a fraction of its' value. CC's wild art deco items sell for $1,000. USD and up.
Your bird piece might be CC, but it isn't the wild…"
"even back in the 1930's CC was known for the bright oranges and greens of her work. Can't see that in your piece, could be a sample from the factory - but they are normally marked as such. Although the signature looks "ok"…"
"I believe you have a Potpourri dish or bowl. I've looked at several hundred Clarice Cliff's porcellain wares and can't find any with pierced or carved tops like yours, nor can I find any showing birds or animals of any type. Also, no…"