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Both working and non-working options are offered, some de-assessioned from the Museum of the Shenandoah collected by Lee Taylor and attributed to Phyllis Tucker.I will be taking many of these lights to the IGMA show in Teaneck, NJ in September, so shop now!


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Crystal Chandelier attributed to Phyllis Tucker MSV08

Crystal Chandelier attributed to Phyllis Tucker MSV08

Working 5-light chandelier was made for the Museum of the Shenandoah and is attributed to Phyllis Tucker. Approximately 3" tall x 2" wide...


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Crystal Wall Sconces by Phyllis Tucker MSV06

Crystal Wall Sconces by Phyllis Tucker MSV06

Electrified candles make the crystals glisten on these beautiful sconces from the collection of the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley. They are...


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Pair of Crystal Candelabra, Phyllis Tucker MSV09

Pair of Crystal Candelabra, Phyllis Tucker MSV09

Three-arm candelabra set, from the collection of the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, probably made by Phyllis Tucker (The Happy Unicorn) or possibly...


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Crystal Chandelier MSV05

Crystal Chandelier MSV05

Attributed to Phyllis Tucker (The Happy Unicorn), this stunning chandelier unfortunately does not work. It was once wired, but is too delicate to...


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Crystal Oil Lamp, Non-working

Crystal Oil Lamp, Non-working

1-3/4" tall, handmade lamp has a crystal bead chimney with aurora borealis glints that catch the light, feigning fire! This lamp is great if you...


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Warren Richardson Floor Lamp, Pink Shade

Warren Richardson Floor Lamp, Pink Shade

This pole lamp is electrified for 12 volt application in your dollhouse and is made by a master craftsman.  The pole and base are white painted...


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Electrified Gas Ceiling Lamp, 1:6" Scale

Electrified Gas Ceiling Lamp, 1:6" Scale

Electric (12 volt) ceiling fixture has brass fittings, styrene "hobnail" shades. We searched high and low for a working 2" scale lamp...


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