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7 edition of Pairpoint Lamps found in the catalog.

Pairpoint Lamps

by Edward Malakoff

  • 347 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Schiffer Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Antiques & Collectables,
  • Massachusetts,
  • Design - Furniture,
  • Furniture Arts And Crafts,
  • Painted lampshades,
  • Antiques & Collectibles,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • History,
  • Antiques/Collectibles,
  • Glass underpainting,
  • ANT,
  • ANT017000,
  • Furniture,
  • New Bedford,
  • Pairpoint Glass Works,
  • 20th century,
  • Catalogs

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8198835M
    ISBN 10088740281X
    ISBN 109780887402814
    OCLC/WorldCa23017811

    More than Pairpoint lamps with their distinctive colored glass shades are shown in this and the companion volume that comprise the catalog. A broad sample of Pairpoint lamps made from to the early s are shown in hand-colored watercolors by the original factory thebindyagency.com: Old Dartmouth Historical Society. Looking for Pairpoint Lamp? We have the best deals on Pairpoint Lamp so stop by and check us out first! VINTAGE PAIRPOINT PAIR ELECTRIC GREEN CUT GLASS CANDLESTICK LAMPS. $6, View It on eBay. Pairpoint Curved Carmel Panel Lamp Antique. $1, Woodblock Book;.

    The exhibition featured more than novel and creative glass styles from the s to the s including art glass, cut glass, kerosene and electric lamps, and highly decorative tableware. Mt. Washington and Pairpoint glass rivaled Tiffany and Steuben in its . Reverse painted lamps are best done in this style. This beautiful landscape scene is artist signed "C. Chace." Both the shade and base bear the the Pairpoint signature. We neglected to photograph the signature inside the shade. For further research, consult the book "Pairpoint Lamps, Edward and Shiela Malakoff, Schiffer Publishing Company.".

    Essence of Pairpoint Glass Book Marks Shapes Patterns. Large American Pairpoint Reverse Painted Garden Landscape Lampshade and Original Base This spectacular lamp is by the Pairpoint Corporation, New Bedford, Mass., circa Reverse-painted "Berkeley" form shaped shade in the "Italian Garden" design. Both the shade shape and painted design are found in the book Pairpoint Lamps by Edward & Sheila Malakoff.


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Pairpoint Lamps [Edward And Sheila Malakoff] on thebindyagency.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The exceptional beauty of Pairpoint glass lamps has been Author: Edward And Sheila Malakoff. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. The Antiques Journal -- January -- The Fabulous Early Slots, Evaluating Meerschaums, Victorian Photographs, Wallace Nutting, Pairpoint Glass, Scottish Crusie Lamps.

May 20,  · thebindyagency.com: Pairpoint Lamps: 9 1/2" x 12 1/4", pp., yellow cloth with illustration and title on front, title on spine, in illustrated dust jacket. Near Fine copy with just a bump to the spine heel; otherwise Fine with no writing, marks or wear of any kind.

Dust jacket is about Fine with just a bit of edge curling and slight bumping at the spine ends, otherwise Fine; see photo enlarged. Read more about Pairpoint lamp values. We strongly encourage you to use the search feature on our website.

You will be able to find your Pairpoint lamp base number, your shade style, and basic information about the history and value of your lamp. If you find that you have any questions, then just ask us. We are experts on Pairpoint lamps.

Decorations consisted of elaborate landscapes, birds, butterflies, fruits and flowers. In their book Pairpoint Lamps, authors Ed and Sheila Malakoff equate the artistic work on most medium sized shades to that of a 20" x 40" painting on canvas. About half of all Pairpoint reverse painted lamp styles had blown out or so-called "Puffy" shades.

The exceptional beauty of Pairpoint glass lamps has been cherished since their origin in New Bedford, Massachusetts, between and Now, for the first time, the complete range and diversity of these magnificent, softly glowing works of art are shown together in a useful source and thebindyagency.com Range: $ - $ Cut glass lamps and lamps with metal overlay were also produced by Pairpoint during this period.

Markings. Pairpoint stamped its lamps on the lower inside or outside edge with several different markings and their bases made of brass, silver, copper, bronze, or wood were always signed and marked. Exceptionally well painted which is demonstrated by the artists signature.

What makes this lamp so unique is that most reverse painted lamps have one major scene and one secondary scene. This lamps is a mural, reverse painted on a lamp depicting castles, lakes, woods, people, horses. The lamp is featured in the Pairpoint book on page Pairpoint is known for three kinds of glass lampshades, originally produced from the mids through the mids: reverse painted landscape shades (where the glass is hand painted on the inside surface so colors appear softly through the glass), blown out reverse painted shades, and ribbed reverse painted shades, mostly with floral designs and landscape thebindyagency.comr: Deming Jarves, (Mount Washington.

They represent a broad sample of the production of Pairpoint lamps from to the early s. The most remarkable feature of the catalog is that so many of the pages are hand-colored with watercolors, having been painted by the original factory decorators.

This practice occurred at the factory when orders for the lamps were slow.5/5(1). How much is your Pairpoint worth. Research 3, Pairpoint prices and auction results in Home & Garden.

Learn the market value of your Pairpoint. How much is your Pairpoint worth. Research 3, Pairpoint prices and auction results in Home & Garden. Learn the market value of your Pairpoint.

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Let’s get started. Others may be familiar with the famous reverse-painted and Puffy lamps of the s and s. As with their decorative glass products and their Fine Arts Line, all of the highest quality and desirability, so were the beautiful lamps that Pairpoint made.

We thought we would show you a. Fancy glass globes and cast metal stands at their best. The complete range and beauty of famous Pairpoint lamps from to are shown in more than. Pairpoint lamps are loved today for their floral puffy designs like the rose bouquet, azalea, poppy, chrysantheum, grape, and apple blossom, plus quality reverse painted glass shades.

Learn about Pairpoint Manufacturing Co., Handel, Tiffany, Moe Bridges, Bradley & Hubbard, Pittsburg, and much more at Collectics Reference & Education Program. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

Sep 07,  · Several years ago we acquired some very important documents relating to the beautiful lamps made by Pairpoint during the s and s. There were hundreds of pages of price lists and internal technical memos, but most unique was the original Pairpoint Price Book used during the s. Jan 28,  · PITTSFIELD, MASS.

– On January 18, John Fontaine’s Auction Gallery conducted a successful sale of Art Nouveau lighting, art glass, Golden Age bronzes and paintings and more. The dozens of lighting examples included lamps and chandeliers by a variety of makers: Tiffany, Pairpoint, Galle, Duffner & Kimball, Steuben, Wilkinson, Unique and others.

The exceptional beauty of Pairpoint glass lamps has been cherished since their origin in New Bedford, Massachusetts, between and Now, for the first time, the complete range and diversity of these magnificent, softly glowing works of art are shown together in a useful source and.

Best collector and collecting books about vintage and antique lamps and lighting (Tiffany, Galle, Daum, Handel, Pairpoint, Frankart, Stickley), book reviews, information, and .Jan 06,  · Pairpoint lamps have long enchanted collectors since they were first made in New Bedford, Mass., in the early s.

The Malakoffs’ lavishly illustrated book detailed dozens of varieties of lamps, including puffy, ribbed, scenic, chandeliers, non-electrified and floor lamps; several types of which are represented in this sale.More than Pairpoint lamps with their distinctive glass shades are shown in this and the companion volume that comprise the catalog.

They represent a broad sample of the production of Pairpoint lamps from to the early s. The most remarkable feature of the catalog is that so many of the pages are hand-colored with watercolors, having.