An American Mission period lamp
An American Mission period Arts and Crafts oak lamp, of double tier pyramid form, inset with original green granite slag glass panels, with detachable shade, America circa 1905-10
It is probable that this most interesting lamp was made by the W. B. Brown Company , who, in 1906, moved their factory from Huntington to Bluffton, Indiana. Brown became a major maker of wood and glass lighting fixtures and his lights were distributed through distributors nation-wide as well as abroad.