Slag lamps

SALE - We've had these too long and now they must go !
Antiques from early 1900's in excellent condition - Satisfaction guaranteed. 
slag lampsEmpire Quality Lamps of Chicago Slag lamp circa 1910, 20"Hx19"W documented shade #E90 Morning Glories on Trellis
 2 lights $1299 SALE=  $599
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slag lampsSlag lamp circa 1910, lamp is 22"H, shade is 17.5" wide flat to flat and 19" wide point to point, 2 lights $1299 SALE=  $599

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slag lampsSlag lamp circa 1910, lamp is 22"H shade is 17.5" wide flat to flat and 19" wide point to point, 2 lights $1299 SALE=  $599
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slag lampsSlag lamp circa 1910, 23"H, shade is 18" wide corner to corner and 16" wide flat to flat, 2 lights $ 1,299 SALE=  $599
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slag lampsAntique slag shade circa 1910 on one of our new cast metal lamp bases with light on
24"H x 18"W
 2 lights $999 SALE=  $479
slag lamps New slag lamp shade on one of our new cast metal lamp bases light on
26.5"H x 18"W cream color slag shade has subtle streaks of beige
2 lights $599 SALE= $299
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New - not antique extremely heavy
finest quality cast
metal lamp base
3 lights
26"H (w/shade)
$399 SALE=$179
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slag lampsHandel chandelier 24"W x 10.5"H, very good condition, some glass panels have been professionally replaced and some solder repairs have been made, there is 1 tight cracked panel located near top but cannot be seen from the side or from below
3 lights $2,999
SALE = $1,499 >>>>>
slag lampsHandel lamp is documented the book "Antique Trader lamps and Lighting Price Guide"

by Kyle Husfloen page 199, valued at $2,632.00 in year 2002, under normal economical conditions now likely around $3,000 Sale price = $1499

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slag lampsThe following photos are of the same Handel chandelier taken from different angles >>>

Easily converted to a shade






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Slag Glass - What is it ?
Slag glass originally was opaque, not allowing light to pass through. Slag itself was a by product of iron production. Glass makers of the 19th century supposedly added this Slag to molten glass to create a unique glass with a streaked appearance.
 Original Slag glass from the 1800's: purple slag glass from 1880

In the late 1800's lamp makers began using a similar translucent (allows light to pass through) streaked glass in the making of glass lamp shades. These shades became known as Slag glass shades and Slag glass lamps, or simply Slag lamps.

Typical from the late 1800's to around 1935: Slag lamp