1950s Royal Haeger TV Lamp (Marked) Reg. $235.00
$125.00 + Actual Shipping
This rare Royal Haeger TV Lamp is rare and can be seen discounted here. This lamp does work and has remained electrified in our showroom for periods in excess of 6 hours. There are 2 very small chips on the product which can only be seen under very close examination and we have significantly discounted the price of the lamp to accommodate to the flaws.
Founded in 1871, the prolific Dundee, Illinois ceramics manufacturer Haeger Potteries has produced just about every type of pottery imaginable, including a wide variety of spectacular TV lamps. "Royal Haeger" was a line of art pottery made by Haeger Potteries, the name intended to evoke an air of royalty for the upscale designs. It is often said that the name of their ceramic designer Royal Hickman was applied to the Royal Haeger brand, but the name was actually conceived prior to Hickman's involvement. His employment with the company ceased in 1944, although a back-log of his designs, particularly lamps, were introduced into the line well into the '50s. While numerous distinguished designers have worked with the company, Royal Hickman left an indelible impression on the manufacturer and its products. All their products came to be known as Royal Haeger, and they are still producing art pottery under that name today. The company is a rare survivor of the competitive ceramics business, and is still a vital family owned operation. While plentiful, Haeger pieces often go unrecognized, as they made extensive use fragile paper or foil labels.
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