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Not  new to lava lamps. I remember them from when I was a kid and though I never had one I always wanted one and now I'm decorating my house with a 70s theme I'd like to find a lamp (Or perhaps a…Continue

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John replied to John's discussion New to the group
"Now I haven't looked more than a month, but I can't find any in local stores. The hunt goes on!"
Apr 18
Keith replied to John's discussion New to the group
"Thrift stores, yard sales, facebook marketplace, craigslist.  You can find specifically what you want on ebay if you are willing to pay those prices along with the shipping.  If you use ebay follow the link at the top of the page for easy…"
Apr 18
John replied to John's discussion New to the group
"Thanks"
Apr 18
Autumn replied to John's discussion New to the group
" All screw caps are going to be older lamps made in the 1980's or earlier. If the lamp does not have a screw on cap and has a bottle cap you want to make certain that the lamp does not have a Chinese bottle cap. They are not required to…"
Apr 18
John replied to John's discussion New to the group
"Thanks I appreciate the tips."
Apr 18
John replied to John's discussion New to the group
"Thanks for the tips. What is your favorite source for lamps?"
Apr 18
John replied to John's discussion New to the group
"Thanks I appreciate that. I'm looking forward to the searching and even more the finding."
Apr 18
Keith replied to John's discussion New to the group
Apr 18
Keith replied to John's discussion New to the group
"Also read my comment here as well as the other responses http://oozinggoo.ning.com/forum/topics/century-year-question-1 There may be a couple of ways to determine when made though.  One is to take the globe and turn upside down, look to see if…"
Apr 18
Keith replied to John's discussion New to the group
"Maybe some helpful info found here http://oozinggoo.ning.com/forum/topics/a-quick-question-for-the-lava "All lamps by Lava used a screw-on cap until the early 90s, when 32oz. globes switched. Shortly after, 52oz. globes switched, too. In both…"
Apr 18
Modulo '70 replied to John's discussion New to the group
"Welcome to Oozing Goo and good luck with your 70’s theme...sounds Fab. Hope you can get some cool lamps and other items for your place."
Apr 18
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Keith replied to John's discussion New to the group
"Here's your reference for a start.  Look about half way down the page http://oozinggoo.ning.com/page/lava-library"
Apr 16
John left a comment for Claude J
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Apr 16
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Not  new to lava lamps. I remember them from when I was a kid and though I never had one I always wanted one and now I'm decorating my house with a 70s theme I'd like to find a lamp (Or perhaps a few) lamps manufactured from 1970-1980. How does one accurately determine the age of a lamp that is not dated? Is there an easy and accurate way to determine dates of manufacture? I will need to limit my choices to those $100 or less.See More
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