11 June 1999
A COPPER AND MICA TABLE LAMP
Gustav Stickley, circa 1905
shade model no. 290, with an oil canister
22in. (55.9cm.) height of lamp to top of the shade, 25in. (63.5cm.) height of lamp to top of chimney, 16in. (41.2cm.) diameter of the shade
the base stamped with the firm's circular mark
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cf. Stephen Gray, ed., Gustav Stickley after 1909, 1995, p. 62 for an illustration of base model with a willow shade. Stephen Gray, ed., The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, 1996, p.166 for an illustration of the shade model on another base.
Please note that the provenance of the lamp is Christie's New York, December 10, 1988, lot 66.
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