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  • Vintage Telephone Light

    Vintage Telephone Light, styled on the old Telephone this cool looking piece has been rewired using three core brown fabric cord and a bakelite lamp holder, to give that vintage feel and would look great anywhere in the house or great shop display piece in vintage shop e.t.c.

    8500

    Vintage Telephone Light

    8500

    Vintage Telephone Light, styled on the old Telephone this cool looking piece has been rewired using three core brown fabric cord and a bakelite lamp holder, to give that vintage feel and would look great anywhere in the house or great shop display piece in vintage shop e.t.c.

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  • Art Deco Shell Clam Odeon Light

    Art Deco Shell Clam Odeon Light, 1930s Glass Clam Shell Shape mounted in a brass surround. Cool looking light,can be wall mounted and switched from button switch at bottem of light.

    15000

    Art Deco Shell Clam Odeon Light

    15000

    Art Deco Shell Clam Odeon Light, 1930s Glass Clam Shell Shape mounted in a brass surround. Cool looking light,can be wall mounted and switched from button switch at bottem of light.

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  • Adjusto-Lite Lamp

    In 1899, Simon W Faber left Antipol, Russia to emigrate to the United States, renting a downstairs basement shop in the lower east side of Manhatten.There he began Faber Brass and Copper goods, making gift trays and racks. The company Prospered in 1910 and he was able to move to a bigger factory in Brooklyn, next to the williamsburg Bridge. There he began to produce items under the ” Fababerware” name Mr. Faber came up with the Adjusto-Lite initially as a way for him to sleep while his wife read in bed. In 1930 he introduced the first Fabaware Percolator, this was followed by the Coffee Robot in 1937. These fine examples of the Adjusto-Lite are in original condition and have been rewired and ” PAT TESTED”

    19500

    Adjusto-Lite Lamp

    19500

    In 1899, Simon W Faber left Antipol, Russia to emigrate to the United States, renting a downstairs basement shop in the lower east side of Manhatten.There he began Faber Brass and Copper goods, making gift trays and racks. The company Prospered in 1910 and he was able to move to a bigger factory in Brooklyn, next to the williamsburg Bridge. There he began to produce items under the ” Fababerware” name Mr. Faber came up with the Adjusto-Lite initially as a way for him to sleep while his wife read in bed. In 1930 he introduced the first Fabaware Percolator, this was followed by the Coffee Robot in 1937. These fine examples of the Adjusto-Lite are in original condition and have been rewired and ” PAT TESTED”

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  • Antique Street Lamp

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    38000

    Antique Street Lamp

    38000

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