From the Parlour Lamps
JR0387 Pairpoint “Puffy” table lamp with molded grape design shade on bronze tree design base
PAIRPOINT PUFFY GRAPE TABLE LAMP, shade with green and amber leaves and seven bunches of white grapes, matching grape-motif base with traces of original patina signed, “Pairpoint Mfg. Co./ 3089,” original Hubbell sockets with mica insulators and patent information. Pairpoint Manufacturing Co. Circa 1905-1909. 19″ HOA, 12″ D shade fitter; 8″ SQ lamp base.
JR0211 Baby spotlight no stand 9” high
This is an original Vintage Baby Spot Light. With original stand.
In very good vintage condition and fully working
Ready for contemporary use.
JR0196 Cycon baby spotlight on stand 19” high
Vintage Photography Light by Cycon Mfg Corp of Los Angeles, CA – 1940s
A decorative antique photography light circa 1946 by the Cycon Manufacturing Corporation of Los Angeles, California. Aluminum housing with original crinkled paint finish, wear, and surface dirt/dust on one available fixture. Fresnel lenses with mechanical beam focus.
Fairy Phonograph Lamp
Manfactured by Endless-Graph Manufacturing. CHicago Illinois.
Phongraph nuilt into a lamp, electrically operated motor, sound amplifying chamber in the base of the lamp.
Invented by Canadian Roman Gosett
Phonograph Arm Turns Up When Not Playing Record to Use as Lamp Only
Base Contains Horn, Upper Portion Contains Electric Motor for Turntable
Volume Control on One Arm
Turntable Speed Controller Under Turntable
Eagle Head Cover
JR0591 Ship’s signaling lantern
Japanese ship’s signaling lantern with brass and alloy body, red cast iron bracket A solid brass daylight signaling lamp salvaged from a Japanese naval vessel and attentively restored. This mounted maritime spotlight features working aluminum signal shutters and sights, as well as multiple wooden levers/adjustments for communicating via Morse code. The signal light was manufactured in Tokyo in 1973 by Koito Ind., Ltd.
H 22.5 in. x W 15.5 in. x D 19 in
JR0601 Westinghouse electric fan
Table top model, red painted metal base, brass fan blade circa 1917
A beautiful antique electric fan. It has a black finish cast metal base and brass blades. Dating from the early 1900s, it is working and has an adjustable speed control. 22″ High, 16″ blades (does not include cage.)