4 years ago#1
Chtoasam
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Hi everyone, I'm new here!! I found this site while doing a search.

I have a lamp that belonged to my grandmother, who just passed away a few months ago. The bottom of the base of the lamp has "Accurate Casting Co." stamped into it.
My grandmother has had this lamp for as long as I can remember and since I was a little girl, I always thought that this lamp was the most beautiful lamp I'd ever seen. Well, now that I have this lamp, I'd like to find any info on it as I can.
Anyway, I'm just curious to find out if anyone here know's anything about this lamp?

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4 years ago#2
Amber
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Have you found any information on your lamp? From what I'm understanding, Accurate Casting Co. only makes the bases of the lamps. However, I'm curious about yours because I have 2 that look 80% identical to yours. The ONLY difference with mine is that instead of the flowers that yours has, mine has what looks like blue peonies on it. I bought them at a yard sale about 3 years ago, and was just interested in the lamps and where they came from.

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4 years ago#3
Maggie
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I have the same lamps, did you find any information on yours yet? Thanks.
maggie

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3 years ago#4
accurate ca21n Co. F
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How much is the hericane lamp worth and as a collectable Accurite ca2ting Co. F

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2 years ago#5
Accurate casting company ...
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How much is just the glass shade? And what the whole lamp costs

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2 years ago#6
Srine
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do you still have this lamp? I'm trying to find one to purchase for my mom's birthday this month.

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12 months ago#7
brockjordan
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hi i just stumbled on to you post. just the metal parts of the lamp are ACC co accurate casting company the rest is an add on by tiffany lighting witch is not tiffany and company your lamp might have been made from the 1960s to the late 1980s when the company closed. and i know that millions of them where made they are not rare at all but a nice lamp. my family was the owners of the accurate casting company till it closed up in the late 1980s

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10 months ago#8
Accurate casting company ...
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can you tell me how much this lamp is worth????????????????

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10 months ago#9
grannysantiques
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The resale value in a private sale or other non-auction venue would be around $50 USD.

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10 months ago#10
joann
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Thanks

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9 months ago#11
Darr's Antiques on Ebay
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They probably are made by Carl Falkstein made between <phone> 's in Philadelphia.
Accurate casting made the metal parts.
Ive got a set my late mother purchased for me when i was alittle girl.They sell from $ 35.00 up to $110.00 each depending upon the condition.You can find them on ebay,pinpiont,esty and other sites

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