Two lighthouse lamps with slag glass shades
Old Lamps & Things is fortunate to have two lighthouse lamps with slag glass shades in mint condition! Lighthouse lamps, also known as silhouette lamps, became popular in the 1920s. Not only did they have light sockets under their slag glass shades, but they also had a light inside their slag glass bases. Some had separate switches to light the top and the bottom; others had one switch that operated both the top and the bottom. These lamps are still elegant in today’s world. We invite you to take a closer look at the two we currently have in stock: W2-11257 (which was fully restored before we bought it), and W3-11456 (which is in its original, mint condition). Either would make a statement in just the right setting.