Clark Brothers 1880's Converted Oil Lamp. A beautiful piece made from stylized milk glass with hand-painted pink petunias. Collectibles have masterfully been adapted into lighting fixtures. Old jugs, vases, or in this case an oil lamp have been converted into a one-of-a-kind-lamp. Enjoy!
BRAND: Clark Brothers Glass Company Ellwood City, PA 1889 - 1905
The Clark Brothers glass company reportedly made Kerosene lamp components at their Ellwood City Glassworks. The factory consisted of 22 pots in 1900.
The Clark Brothers Glass Manufacturing Co. also constructed a glass factory on the northwest side of Blairsville, PA prior to 1898. They made lamps and "lamp goods" at the Blairsville glassworks for their large jobbing house located in Trenton, NJ. They closed the Blairsville factory in about 1903. They reorganized into the Ellwood City Glass Company in 1905.
CONDITION: Excellent condition as found. Tested and in working condition.
Height with shade: 12"
Height of base & electric base: 7"
Diameter of Shade: 7"
Diameter of Base: 6"
Converted Oil Lamp - Clark Brothers - circa 1890s