John Morgan & Sons Pansy Table Lamp

Extremely rare Morgan leaded glass lamp. John Morgan & Sons was a lamp manufacturer in the early 1900's. They did very high quality work using interesting techniques. This is an example of this company's premier lamps. This lamp is a combination of hand painted and stained glass. There are 32 painted flowers in the shade. On the inside, there are bent pieces of a variety of glass. The flowers are done with opalescent glass, granite glass, blue glass, red glass and others. On the outside, the flowers are hand painted. It is expertly crafted and high quality. The shade can be seen in "Mosaic Shades Volume 2" on page 110. It measures 20" in diameter and 25" tall. The base is a floral and vine example with a rare platform. Large flower blossoms, vines and leaves swirl around the base from the bottom plate up to the swirling arm cluster. The sockets are the original early 2 screw Harvey Hubbell sockets with acorn pull chains.