Gouda pottery candle lamps

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Gouda pottery candle lamps

Post by Admin on Mon Mar 30, 2009 8:03 am

Does anyone know anything about these Gouda candle lamps?

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I don't see them very often but I have seen them descorated and plain like this one. I guess the main question I have relates to the vintage.
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Re: Gouda pottery candle lamps

Post by cadking on Tue Mar 31, 2009 12:52 am

From what I have been able to find, which isn't cast in stone, I think this example is from around 1923. The lantern is from the EFFECT line as noted on the bottom.
There are some interesting sites you might want to look at. The first is an article written in 2000. The link is:

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The second are two sites with several examples of GOUDA pieces for sale and some nice photos to compair with. Those links are:

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The third is a site devoted to GOUDA ceramics.

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Inside the site above it a link to the company marks and details. I think this might help spell out the information on the bottom. That link can also be found at:

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I hope this is the information you are looking for. Thanks for asking.

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Re: Gouda pottery candle lamps

Post by Admin on Tue Mar 31, 2009 7:53 am

Very interesting.....the Marks page is a valuable reference. It pretty much pins this piece down.

Following are a couple additional examples from my files.

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The one one the left appears to be some kind of warmer.

For those into pottery, these would make for a great collection. Albeit a bit hard to find.

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