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  • lou

    Cuz maybe Italian ppl didnt make that kind of stuff

  • Dude

    Nope, keep trying.

  • Golly Kim

    An item can be considered as an antique if it is minimum 100 years old. Since the lamp is only 70 years old, it can’t be called an antique piece.

  • Dude

    That’s no it, keep trying.

  • Golly Kim

    If that is an electric lamp, then it needs a converter to work at Chicago. In Italy, the supply main voltage/frequency is 230V/50Hz, where as in Chicago (USA), it is 120V/60Hz.

    Since the lamp works in Chicago, it is unlikely to be made in Italy.

  • Dude

    YES!

    Max knew that an antique lamp from Italy, which is in Europe, would not have a plug that would fit into a standard outlet in North America. He obviously bought it at a local store.

    You’re today’s winner, Golly Kim!