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Quezal Blue Hooked Feather Art Glass Lighting Shades, Set of 5 Outstanding~~~

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For sale is a set of 5 wonderful art glass lighting shades by the Quezal Glass and Decorating Company of Masbeth (Queens) Long Island, NY. These are some of the finest quality art glass shades you can purchase. Each one of the shades are approximately stands approximately 5 1/2" tall and have a diameter of 4 5/8". The fitter neck is 2 1/8" and will fit any standard 2 1/4" fitter.

The shades have a unique high shoulder shape with a deep ruffled bottom or floriform edge. The shades are decorated with a beautiful blue Hooked Feather pattern on a calcite white body with a gold iridescence interior. The blue Hooked Feather pattern extends 3/4 of the way down the shade and the blue feathers are outlined in gold to complete the balance of this wonderful set.

The shades are all signed "Quezal" in the fitter collar and are almost perfect with no cracks, chips, nicks, or dings. One shade has a minuscule flea nick and is really not worth mentioning. One shade is slightly larger than the other 4. This is a quality set that has traveled together from day one. The are the same color hue and came from the same batch of glass when they were made. To find a pair of these is common, a set of three occasionally, a set of 5 is almost unheard of.This is a wonderful matching set of 5 which is quite a find in itself. These shades were made circa 1902-1910.

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Go to Clements Antiques of New Hampshire's website.

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