7 is the smallest and one of hardest to find of the mid period desk lamps, with the amber brown etched shade measuring a bit more than 7.75 inches long. Made in the late 1920s just into the 1930s, this little lamp has lots of charm. The etched pattern shade is marked with country of origin, Czechoslovakia. As for condition, the metal finish is excellent with no dents or abrasions. This lamp has been rewired at several points in its life.The original rectangular shade has a tiny flake near the inside edge of the rim (see last photo). Brown felt on base shows years of wear but still functions. This lamp has all its original components. It is signed on back of shade bracket with the Emeralite No. The adjustments for shade angle, etc. The shade is especially attractive! It's harder to find than the green version. I will gladly do my best to provide you with any needed information, including more photos.
Happy, satisfied customers are my goal. Final Comment: A real must have for the Emeralite collector! Offers are welcome but please don't poison the well with ridiculous half-price offers.Please check out my other listings: antique shades, lamps, pottery and porcelains, a fine William IV tilt top tea table made with specimen woods, ABP cut glass, antique art glass, bronze and pottery. I will be listing in the next couple of months some very fine antique silver and glass items from an advanced private collection. And take a look at the rare Andres collotype of the Courier and Ives 19th Century color lithograph of the baseball game at the Elysian Fields. The item "Rare Emeralite Desk Lamp No. 7, Signed, Etched Amber Shade, Fine Condition" is in sale since Saturday, October 9, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps". The seller is "mrtopstuff1" and is located in Spokane, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States.