I have an April 1975 Coach Lantern for sale, with original box. I have owned this lamp in my personal collection since 2005, acquiring it from the original owner. This lamp is mint, but all my lava has to go, including this one. Absolutely no dents, no dings, no scratches, and perfect flow. The lamp has been used sparingly over the years, since new. Comes with box and paperwork. Says "Model 6000" on cap. Is also dated underneath cap. Cap has never been removed. Any questions, please ask. Email…See More
"Dave - I owe you an apology. After I purchased your Saturna lamp you sent me a message about other lamps you had for sale. I was unable to reply because I lost your message. I wanted to let you know the lamps you had for…"
"I received my lamp Saturna lamp several days ago and just wanted to say THANK YOU Dave. You made my day. The lamp was worth ever penny. The flow and fill line of the lamp is excellent. I greatly appreciate the freaky fast shipping…"
Dave - I owe you an apology. After I purchased your Saturna lamp you sent me a message about other lamps you had for sale. I was unable to reply because I lost your message. I wanted to let you know the lamps you had for sale. I already have in my collection. Thanks for giving me a shot at buying. If I did not already own I would have seriously considered buying. By the way - the lava lamp I purchased from you ROCKS! MERRY CHRISTMAS!
My name is Paul Guia and I'm looking into the possibility of manufacturing a Colossus sized lava lamp in the UK now that it's being discontinued. I noticed in the discussion forum you bought one in January from Lava lite. I'm in the process of negotiating a price with my glassblowing suppliers and press work for the bases to see if it's feasible. I don't know what to cost it? They want to know the latest price. Did the lamp cost $700~850 with tax & shipping in the US?