Findlay "Teardrop with Eyewinker Base & Frosted Fount" Pattern Oil Lamp with a marked "Rayo Queen Ann" Burner and a Pie Crust Chimney ! Circa 1900. Findlay Catalog Glass Lamps were actually Produced by Dalzell,Gilmore, and Leighton Co. A company foreman, Phillip Ebling designed & patented a lamp-making machine in 1899. Lamps were one piece with the founts extending down into the stem bases. Original Press-fitted Ebling Collar with flared lip base.
The Lamp alone stands 9 1/4 inches from base to top of brass collar, and 16 3/4 inches Overall height from base to top of chimney. Base is 5 1/4 inches in diameter. Weighs a Hefty 3 Pounds 5.9 Ounces.
The early Blown Glass #1 Pie Crust Top Chimney has a lot of swirls in it, and only one micro-flea bite on the fitter.(tiny for accuracy)
Weighs 2 Pound and 6.9 Ounces completely assembled.
Condition : The EAPG Oil Lamp is in Near Mint Condition with an Honest Wear Pattern & No flea bites on the base. A couple of normal dings and bends on the the Burner with normal fractures on the original Ebling Brass Collar.
See Pattern Book Ref.: Oil Lamps Vol. #1.
By : Thuro.
Page : 250
(Suggested book retail for the Lamp Alone is $150.00 to $175.00 which doesn't even account for the Great Burner & Chimney)
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