This is a circa 1880's, heavy clear glass kerosene oil lamp. The pattern was identified in Thuro's Oil Lamps II, p.115, as "Burne". The lamp stands 8 3/4"h, to the top of the brass collar, and is 18" h to the top of the glass chimney. the glass base has a 5" diameter. The lamp is complete with an old Queen Anne no.2 burner and an antique "Man in the Moon" glass chimney. The glass chimney does have some loss to the design as shown. This lamp is heavy pressed glass but the design pattern was made to resemble cut glass. The lamp is in very good condition. Exact shipping costs are calculated at purchase.
Item ID: rl951
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