This is a beautiful etched pagoda lamp by Frederic Carder. Shape 6097, according the Steuben Carder website. Mirror Black over Jade Green and Acid Etched.
We had the good fortune to have one of these in plum about a year ago. The brass and sockets are intact and original. Wiring appears to have been redone. Glass shape alone measures 11 3/4. Lamp measures 24 from the base to the top.Now for the sad part. It has a total of 4 different chips. Some tiny and a couple measurable (see the photo with the quarter).
The most prominent includes one on a corner just under the top brass, and another on an edge about half way down. They are located in such a way that they can be turned to the wall and not noticed.
The last photo is from the Carder Steuben website. I've photographed these chips to the best of my ability. Due to the fact that it has these, we're allowing a return option.
In 1879, Carder became fascinated with glassmaking after visiting the studio of John Northwood. Soon after, in 1881, he went to work as a designer at Stevens & Williams, a large English glassmaking company, where he experimented with glass colors and designs. In 1903, Carder moved to Corning at the invitation of Thomas G.
Hawkes, owner of Steuben Glass Works. For the next 30 years, Carder had a free hand in designing the firms products and developing new colors and techniques. His hallmarks of design were color, variety, and versatility.The item "FREDERICK CARDER for STEUBEN Lamp Acid Etched Mirror Black on Jade Green Pagoda" is in sale since Monday, February 19, 2018. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\North American\Steuben". The seller is "joyful-art" and is located in Bend, Oregon. This item can be shipped to United States.