This is an original, matching kerosene oil lamp and shade made by Pittsburgh, circa 1890. The lamp measures 7 3/4" to the top of the collar, 14 3/4" to the top of the shade and 18" to the top of the chimney. The width of the shade is 8" and the base, 5 1/2". The base features a lion head on each corner. The burner is an old Queen Anne. The designs on the shade and base are leaves with clusters of berries and blossoms; the background colors and pale yellow and white with reddish-brown and yellows in the designs. The condition is very good without chips or cracks--there is a coal mark near the top of the base. This lamp has not been drilled. Exact shipping costs are calculated at purchase.
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