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J.A. Whaley & Co. Lamps

The lamp manufacturer J.A. Whaley & Co. made beautiful leaded mosaic glass lamps to compete with Duffner and Kimberly around the turn of the century. There isn’t a lot of information about the J.A. Whaley & Co. lamps available, but we do know that J. A. Whaley & Co. opened its first lamp store in New York in 1901. 

J.A. Whaley & Co. did not aggressively advertise its lamps to the general public. Instead, J.A. Whaley & Co. focused on building partnerships with lighting distributors like Mckenney & Waterbury. Because of the lack of advertisements and catalogs, J.A. Whaley & Co.’s lamp line has not yet been fully discovered.

J.A. Whaley & Co. also did not make it a point to faithfully sign or design its lampshades or bases as unique products. In fact, of the four styles of bases that J.A. Whaley & Co. favored, at least two appear to mimic Duffner and Kimberly bases.  Fortunately, some base styles and lampshades were signed, and from those we can determine other J.A. Whaley & Co. pieces.

An original J.A. Whaley & Co. lamp in good condition can be worth anywhere from several hundred dollars to several thousand. A signed lamp by J.A. Whaley & Co. could be worth more.

If you have a J.A. Whaley & Co. lamp you would like to know more about, send us an email with a picture of it and we’d be happy to give you our opinion and make a purchase offer.

If you aren’t sure what kind of old lamp you have, ask us about it!  We’re always happy tell our customers more about their old lamps.

Here are some frequently asked questions about J.A. Whaley & Co. lamps:

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Also see:  Duffner and Kimberly, Tiffany, Handel, Pairpoint, Roycroft, Chicago Mosaic, Riviere Studios, Wilkinson, Electric Lamps