🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Old "The Three Graces" lamp?

aaron7

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Found this in a storage unit that had a lot of turn-of-the-century antiques.

Google Lens tells me the sculpture is "The Three Graces" but I can't find any info on how old this may be.

Any ideas?
 

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Well you are going to want to re-wire it and put a new socket on it. So if you look on the old socket it might have a patent # on it and you could use that to get a general idea of the age of the socket. They still make all of the parts today but it could have been re-wired before so it might not give you an exact date. Just my thoughts.
 
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