Oozing Goo - The Lava Lamp Syndicate

Hi all!  Cleaning out the house, it's been a long two years dealing with the circumstances and it's time to finally find these guys some new homes.  If anyone is interested, let me know.  Pics attached. 

I have the following for sale:

Fantasia Comet: Spray is clean, nice minimal if any wear - $160

Fantasia Glitter Graphics: Clean, nice, runs beautiful!  $100

Lava Lite Cosmic Drops Yellow: Never been used - Package is clear and intact.  Asking $140

Lava Lite Cosmic Drops Red: Never been used - Package has turned yellow and showing age. Asking $120

Lava World Int'.  Dark Start - Rare item here - This lamp can hang or sit on a table - Asking $360

Lava Lite Lumi Stix - Another rare item - Plug it in, put in the stix and they lite up, take them out and they go out.  Really cool.  - Asking $100

Lava Sculptered Electra - Blue/Blue - New, in the box (the box has seen much better days).  I have taken it out to test, all is well.  Asking $350

I am open to offers to move these guys.  Been here many years, easy to work with, honest and communicative.  Any questions, just let me know and I will be happy to answer them.  I can give you my number as well to text and chat if you would like.

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Prices are a bit too high for me right now, sadly. But I am drooling looking at those cosmic drops! I had always wondered what their original packaging looked like. :)

Hey do you still have any of these available?

To anyone who hasn't seen one, the Darkstar throws a halo of prismatic, rainbow-like light which revolves. Pull the telescoping stem and mushroom cap all the way out and it'll shine around itself on a table or wall. Push it most of the way down and it shines on the ceiling. The reflective disk is reversible; one side projects a sunburst, the other an eight-point star. I'm very thankful I bought one of these back in the day, and in my opinion it is by far the coolest non-liquid lamp Lava ever made.

Kris, do the Cosmic Drops packaging proclaim them as "mystically musical" like the catalog page I have? Of course, they're not musical at all. They weren't hot sellers, despite being a really pretty iteration of the 1960s wire desk mobiles. The catalog, aimed at dealers, reads: Be the first to say, "I sold all of my cool Cosmic Drops! It's time to order more!"

That really sounds epic, would you have any photos to share of the Dark Star lamp? I have never ever seen one of these in action or even a photo other than this one here. I have the lumistixs lamp pictured here that I snagged off of eBay a while back, and have never seen these anywhere else either- not even on google, maybe like two photos they had.

Jonas Clark-Elliott said:

To anyone who hasn't seen one, the Darkstar throws a halo of prismatic, rainbow-like light which revolves. Pull the telescoping stem and mushroom cap all the way out and it'll shine around itself on a table or wall. Push it most of the way down and it shines on the ceiling. The reflective disk is reversible; one side projects a sunburst, the other an eight-point star. I'm very thankful I bought one of these back in the day, and in my opinion it is by far the coolest non-liquid lamp Lava ever made.

Kris, do the Cosmic Drops packaging proclaim them as "mystically musical" like the catalog page I have? Of course, they're not musical at all. They weren't hot sellers, despite being a really pretty iteration of the 1960s wire desk mobiles. The catalog, aimed at dealers, reads: Be the first to say, "I sold all of my cool Cosmic Drops! It's time to order more!"


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MagmaMan said:

That really sounds epic, would you have any photos to share of the Dark Star lamp? I have never ever seen one of these in action or even a photo other than this one here. I have the lumistixs lamp pictured here that I snagged off of eBay a while back, and have never seen these anywhere else either- not even on google, maybe like two photos they had.

Jonas Clark-Elliott said:

To anyone who hasn't seen one, the Darkstar throws a halo of prismatic, rainbow-like light which revolves. Pull the telescoping stem and mushroom cap all the way out and it'll shine around itself on a table or wall. Push it most of the way down and it shines on the ceiling. The reflective disk is reversible; one side projects a sunburst, the other an eight-point star. I'm very thankful I bought one of these back in the day, and in my opinion it is by far the coolest non-liquid lamp Lava ever made.

Kris, do the Cosmic Drops packaging proclaim them as "mystically musical" like the catalog page I have? Of course, they're not musical at all. They weren't hot sellers, despite being a really pretty iteration of the 1960s wire desk mobiles. The catalog, aimed at dealers, reads: Be the first to say, "I sold all of my cool Cosmic Drops! It's time to order more!"

Claude, we been knew, lol.

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