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It's from 2004 with a cap code #35 indicating Teal which I believe is pretty rare. Lucky Craigslist find.
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Oh!, an Imperial!
Sell my soul for one of those
Teal is such a nice color
Kero, you can always take acetone and fine steel wool and remove the paint for a painted glitter Grande
Kero, I feel exactly the same way about painted globes. I really do not like them one bit!
LampCaretaker, I absolutely love it! It takes a long time for the glass to get hot which is nice because my room always seems to be a sauna down here in Florida where it's summer for 340 days a year. I've seen probably two blue glitter grandes and never got one but 35 Teal just seemed too good to pass up.
Very nice find. I really dig my grande glitters and purchased my first blue one from a really nice seller her on oozing several years ago. It's still flowing like new. Probably because it gets rotated with other lamps so it only sees the light of day for a month or so every year. I prefer glitters over lava during the summer months because they take a lot less heat to activate and they dim nicely when on a dimmer. Highly recommended. Thanks for posting.
spactular. I had once gotten a red glitter Grande off let go however the interior the bottle wasn't horrible shape so I emptied and sold the lamp I would absolutely love to have a nice function glitter Grande and I am not crazy about the new multi painted globe on the custom one
Also see a horde of wires, my rewired Sputnik Cosmo lamp redone by our own Kirk and the Imperial I found last year. :-D
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