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Frederick Cooper lamp identification

Price: 
$150

I recently purchased a lamp from the local thrift store. I never knew who made the lamp only the fact that it caught my eye. I have tried to google some information about the date and possible value of the lamp with no success. please if anyone has any information regarding the date and value of this lamp i would appreciate it alot.

Category: 
Lamps and Chandeliers
Condition: 
Good
Medium: 
copper,bronze??
Date Period: 
1930s
Size and dimensions of this item: 
2ft
History: 
In 1923, Frederick Cooper, a Chicago artist, established a studio to create beautiful sculpture and watercolor paintings. American architecture was in its heyday in the Windy City. Mr. Cooper was drawn to the still fairly new invention of lamps. Through mixing the media of brass, fabric, glass and wood, Cooper created exquisitely designed lamps that matched the swift innovation in American architecture. Today, our aim is to provide tremendous value to our customers who appreciate unique design handcrafted in authentic materials with distinctive shades. Quite simply, we are in the craft of illuminated art. The media for our art is a broad range of beautiful materials that are inherently fussy to fabricate- brass, bronze, nickel, copper, art glaze ceramic, painted porcelain, crystal, marble, jade and alabaster.
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You can also contact the Frederick Cooper company directly - they're still in business and may have information about their vintage lamps. You can find out more here: https://frederickcooper.com/ and you can of course look on eBay for a quick scan here: https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=frederick+cooper+lamp&_sa... though that will bring up mostly their newer lamps.

Enjoy,
Joseph

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