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Hi. I haven’t posted here in a long time and found a Florence Art yesterday and was curious of their over all worth. I’d normally keep something like this but Christmas time is here and finances can always use a boost. I know these are from the 1960s and aren’t common but not too rare. Any thoughts or input is appreciated... Continue
Hello everybody!After this last move to the new house, I realized my addiction had gotten out of control.It took 3-22ft uHaul trucks and 3 days to move every collection and household itemsYES! The rumors are true!I'm selling my collectionIts time to share my 300+ lava lamp collection with othersI cannot upload the sales flyer here-it is too largeEmail me at email@example.com and i will send you the listI'd like to sell similar collections as a whole and not split them up.Many Custom…Continue
I have doubles of several custom Wizards I built and wish to sell them prior to movingLL Factory Red Anodized Heritage series with Red Glitter (in box) $125Custom Chrome with Purple Glitter $125Copper Painted with Multi-Colored Gold Glitter $75Blue Wizard with Clear Glitter $75Purple Wizard with Purple Glitter $75All prices listed do not include shipping…Continue
Does anyone here remember Tornado lamps and Spiral lamps? Tornado lamps were either cylinder shaped or in a rocket (called the rocket tornado). and consisted of small beads that would go when you turned it on and a propeller caused the beads to go in a vortex. Spiral lamps were bullet shaped and had larger pearl shaped beads that were propelled up a pump then went down a spiral path. They were both made in the 90s/early 2000s by a Chinese/Taiwanese company called Kenart and were imported by…Continue
I just received the two Mathmos lamps below and I'd like to get them flowing today. I live in Salt Lake City, UT and was curious if anybody knew of a store which would likely have the necessary converter needed? I've searched a bit online but I'm not seeing anything available nearby and it appears that the soonest I could receive the $30 converter off of Amazon would be Monday. All of the bases have 3 prong plugs.Any tips or pointers are greatly appreciated. …Continue
I have a pink and a green of the Heritage Grandes. I have a clear yellow Grande globe I display with the two Heritages. My OCD would like the bases to match. I would buy a complete Heritage Grande or just the base if anybody is looking to purge :)Continue
Hi, I just ordered my first Mathmos lamp for here in the USA. Its an Astro Baby lamp and im wondering what bulb I could buy here that would work in it without having to change all the internals. I know I could buy a step up voltage converter but I would much rather just change the bulb to work with 110. Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks!Continue
I got an email today in my personal email from a "supposedly" member named Frank Kwabena saying he needs me to contact him about something and that he left a message on my Oozing Goo wall. I thought this to be strange as new members do not send emails like to to members so I did a little research. Turns out it is a VIRUS!!! DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL!!!! I WILL BE NOTIFYING THE MODS OF THIS JUST IN CASE THEY WANT TO ALSO POST A WARNING UP!!!P.S. The weird thing is he goes through social…Continue
Hi fellow lava heads!Been lurking here for a while as I built my collection up, but finally needed to post as I'm looking for a part. I recently picked up a slightly pre-90's (I think) century off of craigslist. It's in good shape overall, and looks good from the outside. But the base, specifically the bottom plate that's steel, is rusted badly. It doesn't effect the function of the lamp, for now, but it might eventually given that the bulb mounts to the rusted plate and might fail at some…Continue
Wow! Almost 10 years to the day since our last visit, this time to their premises on an industrial estate, unit 2 at Poole in sunny Dorset. We were lucky enough to go to the original Sterte Avenue West premises back in September…Continue
Hello everyone, I hope I'm posting this to the right forum right now, just found out about this site, while on a mission.
If anyone see's this torchiere Lava lamp, and are willing to sell, I am more than willing to buy it off someone,…
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Check out Martina's image collection of the cool lava lamps of the past (and a few of the present.) It's still growing! Go there
This is the almighty inventor, well sort of... You can catch up with Craven Walker and learn how these crazy lamps came to be. Go there
You're going to need a lot of beakers (or margarine bowls) if you're going to make your own lava lamp. Craven Walker dares you to try. Go there