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From the70s, I believe. A little dinged up.
Albums: Glitter lamps, old and new
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I'm still sad. :( Good vintage glitter is hard to come by.
The fluid could have been thrown off balance. I believe these had some pretty caustic chemicals in them.
They were removed from production for a reason. They are highly reactive.
I did top off with some other (what I thought was) identical fluid. It's been sitting in cool basement for months, not running. So sad. This can't be repaired either.
I dunno what causes the glitter to dissolve. I've only seen it occur on open or leaking lamps or the ones with colored glitter.
I went to check on this lamp today, and as I was moving it, I noticed the glitter is "eaten" and 50% transparent now. I am so heartbroken. :( What causes this to happen after 30 years?! I did top off with some glitter from an identical lamp from the same era, so I'm not sure if that was the cause or not. Either way, sad panda over here.
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