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RAYO AMERICAN OIL TABLE LAMP the shade bent
© O'GALLERIE AUCTIONS, Portland, OR, USA

RAYO AMERICAN OIL TABLE LAMP the shade bent panels of green and white slag glass raised on brass and copper base with clear glass chimney. Height: 29.5''.... [this item is NOT for sale]


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