This beautiful blue EAPG lamp was made by Adam's Glass Company in the 1870's. Adam's Glass operated in Pittsburgh from 1861-1891. They were one of the companies who joined U S Glass in 1891. EAPG stands for 'early American pressed glass'. The most common name for this pattern is Apollo but it is sometimes referred to by other names. The lamp is 10 inches tall, 19 inches including the globe. The burner is marked 'eagle'. This lamp has some of the manufacturing flaws common to glass of the era. These include seams are rough, there is a slight strawmark on the column, and a bubble in the glass near the top of the reservoir. The burner unscrews easily and the adjustment knob functions so you can use the lamp. This is a striking antique oil lamp both beautiful and useful.
Blue Apollo pattern kerosene lamp
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