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Fred Eisner is a Thief

Fred Eisner is a machinist and fabricator in Yonkers New York. He does many things including the building of steam engines. He is also in the business of buying and selling machine tools under the name “Pre Owned Tool Emporium”.  As talented as he is I feel the need to write this blog and as […]

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Unique Prismatic Moravian Star Pendent

We have never come across a star lamp of this quality. Each star section is cast prismatic glass. The glass also has a lavender cast to it. The tint happens over years of use and is part of the patina and aging process for some types of glass. The Moravian Star tradition goes back to […]

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Early Electrics Lights Up the Eagle Saloon

When Westchester’s new Nashville style bar The Eagle Saloon wanted just the right look  they came to us. We located 6 huge marquee theater lamps  for their 40 foot bar. We even supplied the neon signs and antiques that cover the wall as well as a huge tin eagle for their street sign and logo. […]

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2 Large Early Oil Lamps – Amazing Barn Find!

It took a weeks of work to bring these amazing survivors back to life. How did they last over 150 years together without breaking. The original delicate Amethyst tinted glass is what makes them so special. The glass is wavy and hand blown. We are not sure if this originally was gas or liquid fuel. […]

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Large Cast Brass Arm and Milk Glass Wall Light

We have a few of these impressive sconces in stock and they are priced per lamp. The solid brass curved arm is a nice heavy casting. The flared milk glass shade is thick glass with a reverse dome fitted to the bottom. The dome covers the bulb so there is no glair and completes the […]

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