Bellevue aka Coolidge Drape Pattern Oil Lamp which Glows Green Circa 1890.

Bellevue aka Coolidge Drape Pattern Oil lamp. Original Circa 1880 to 1900's. This kerosene Lamp pattern was introduced by the Pittsburg Lamp Brass and Glass Co. of Pittsburg,Pa.

It was called the Bellevue Pattern when introduced but Nicknamed in 1923 when President Calvin Coolidge was photographed taking the Oath of Office with a lamp this style in the room. Since then it was always called the Coolidge Drape pattern.

Venus embossed Burner with unusually straight pierced Prongs is in a #1 size with a marked Thumbwheel: "The Miller Co. * Made in USA."

The Near Mint Chimney has a Fancy Crimped Pie Crust Top and a lot of Blown Glass swirls, and a flawless bottom fitter.

Lamp alone Stands 7 3/4 from base to top of brass collar and Overall 15 1/2 inches from base to top of Chimney.

Weighs 1 Pound and 7.4 Ounces.

New Old Stock Wick included.

Item ID: 3665

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