Rainaud / Miller Slag Glass Lamp
Product code - 0501
This beautiful electric table lamp is a fine example of a Rainaud / Miller slag glass lamp from the early 20th century.
There are eight curved, caramel slag glass panels mounted in a finely detailed metal frame. The delicate pattern of metal lacework is complimented by the detail in the solid parts of the frame and in the stand. The frame and stand are painted with an “old gold” finish.
The weighted base within the foot of the stand is marked “EM & Co” and the inside of the foot itself is marked “RAINAUD”.
H.E. Rainaud Co. made lamps in Meriden, Connecticut, from about 1916 until 1930. Rainaud’s specialties were table and floor lamps with heavy metal bases and detailed metal laid over colored glass.
Edward Miller & Co also operated from Meridan, Connecticut. The company had a long history in the lighting industry and was always at the cutting edge of innovation and development. The company was always quick to respond to market trends and moved successfully from kerosene lighting to gas and then through to electric lighting.
This delightful electric table lamp has been rewired to comply with Australian Standards and has been tested and tagged accordingly. It is fitted with an in line switch for ease of operation.
Overall, this Rainaud / Miller slag glass lamp is in excellent condition without any chips, cracks or damage of any kind and will make a lovely addition to your home.
Height to the top of the shade finial – 63.5cm (25″)
Diameter of the shade – 39.5cm (15.5″)
Diameter of the base – 20cm (8″)
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