A 1966 Lava brochure lists 3 colour combos: Orange/clear, green/clear, and red/clear. It's possible that other color combos may exist though.
Note the slight red color to the liquid in this globe. The liquid in my Imperial was a murky…"
"Wow! There's something you don't see every day! And, in the rare Green/Clear colour combo.
My 2 cents on shipping:
1. I had my Imperial shipped from San Fransisco to northern Canada by UPS with no problems. The globe was fit into a 2 piece…"
heyo. thanks for ur reply. u are right, the different designs seem endless.
i was shocked when i saw the pictorial !!! but how many were produced back then???
hundreds or even thousands? the lavaboilers never pop up in stylish french movies for
example, they must have been quite extraordinary and weird even then, no!? do you
think they took vast amounts of lsd when they came up with the principles AND designs of those ones?
best wishes - G
hi there. you are the reason i have been joining the club here. i saw some discussion of yours regarding french bubblelamps and that pic of those numerous beautifil bubblelamps on thst table ! i wanna have them all ! :)
i also started collecting when i lived in paris 10 years ago, heaven to check ou their brocantes and fleemarkets back then. i specialise in vintage glitterlamps and bubblelamps as i have always called them - the ones made of glass. is there someone who knows about those glass ones so i can understand more about them - any pics or specific sites you know about!?
thanks for your help, best wishes - G
hi craig, how are you and how is your collection going, i have so many lamps i dont have any where to put them, i need a bigger place. just want to say great pics. love the old catalogue pages.
do you ever get to uk??
would love to meet you. x chris