Vintage Rare Grafofoni Columbia Painted Table Lamp


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Vintage Rare Grafofoni Columbia Painted Table Lamp

This vintage Grafofoni Columbia painted lamp has three pieces, including the base, the shade, and the screw on top.  The  main materials is glass shade and metal lamp.

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  • Approximate Dimensions: 13 1/2″ Tall X 7′ square at the shade
  • The shade is made up of four painted panels, in the shape of a pyramid with the top cut off.  The Shade has the same writing on each one, it says “VENDITA ANCHE A RATE CATA LOGHIGRATIS” near the top of the shade and “GRAFOFONI COLUMBIA” and “VIADANTE-9-MILANO” is written near the bottom.  Painted on the panels are a man and women dancing to Gramophone music.  The four panels also are painted with an old-style Gramaphone and trumpet speaker in the background.
  • The lamp is a heavy metal shaped like a column with four sides, and an oil-rubbed bronze finish.

According to a sticker on the lamp that says, “CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE USE 40 WATT CANDELABRA LAMP(S) MAX.”

  • The lamp is in working condition, no frays on the wire.  The plug has an on / off switch.
  • Selling as is – see pictures for a complete description.  On one of the panels, It does have what appears to be a small brushstroke of black paint at a diagonal from women’s green dress towards gramophone.  The strip is less than 1/4″ wide and fades off.  The length of the black paint stroke is approximately 1.5″ long. Not sure if it is from the original artist who painted a lamp or something else. (SEE LAST PICTURE)
  • The bottom of the lamp is a black/brown felt material with a sticker below.
Please see the pictures for a complete description.  If you need more pictures or have questions please ask before you buy it.
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In addition, Vintage Rare Grafofoni Columbia Painted Table Lamp

  • As with all vintage and gently used items, please be aware there will be some wear marks and or minor scratches.  However, the wear on the item just adds to the rich history and uniqueness of this piece. The piece you see in the above photos is the actual piece you will receive. So please carefully refer to the title & photos as they are the description.  As a picture says a thousand words and some unique and ornate pieces are hard to describe.  Some items are left in their natural state and it will say in the description, unpolished, and or uncleaned.  So, the older pieces can be in their natural patina and state.  It also helps determine the date of older pieces, and like me, others prefer the old patina look.
    • Real colors may slightly differ from one monitor to another.
    • All Descriptions and measurements are approximate.
    • Items will not be 100% free of minor defects, as they have been loved already.  The oxidation, patina, and tarnish are an expected part of vintage and used items.  Imperfections are minor unless stated in the description.
  • This is a family-owned Jewelry store and items are in our possession.  We do not believe in drop-shipping or any other form of second party suppliers, also we do not use stock photos, all pictures are taken by us and are the exact item you will receive.

  • If you have questions or need more pictures of an item, please ask and we will be happy to help.  Items being sold are antique, vintage, and collectible, and or pre-owned and will show varying degrees of age and use.  I will describe everything to the best of my ability.
    • Item will appear larger in the photo to better see details.
  • Everything in the picture other than the jewelry stated for sale is for display purposes only.
  • Refunds $ Return Policy
    • We do have a 14-day Return Policy
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    • All items ship out from Holland, MI

Testing Gold, I use an M-509GM Kee Gold Tester.

For measurements, I use a Kobalt Caliper, and for the weight, I use a Smart Weigh High Precision Milligram Jewelry Scale.

Gemstones and Diamonds testing, I use a Presidium Gem Tester, but using the gemstone tester I cannot tell the difference between synthetic and real gemstones.

Please note, that not all estate diamond products have had the stones graded in them and could possibly have flea bites or chips or cracks.

I research intensively but many times it comes down to my best guess and based on experience, but I am far from an expert on jewelry.  


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