A lovely art nouveau lamp with a fine pulled feather shade. The lamp base is heavy brass with a vine climbing up the curve of the stand. Green pulled feather on the shade with a shimmering gold trim and golden interior. I'd love to say it is Steuben or Tiffany but it isn't in any catalogue. Nevertheless it is gorgeous old American art glass likely by someone who left Tiffany Studios. (The ranks of Tiffany designers and craftsmen who left to start their own businesses include Steuben's Carder Stevens and Quezal's founder Martin Bach, also Durand and Nuart founders.) The lamp takes a candle bulb. Looks like it was most likely re-wired in the 50-60s. Felt on the bottom with no signatures anywhere.
About 13.5" highest and 12" widest. This is an original old lamp in good condition. Shade is also in fine condition with no cracks or chips, only a little roughness at the fitter. Note that the picture of the shade itself was taken with no flash and shows a little blue. The normal appearance is a nice green.)
(There is some green patina which I am not polishing off.) Be sure to see my other art deco harp form deco lamp with Quezal shade and also a Steuben pulled feather lamp shade.