This is a circa 1880 glass kerosene oil lamp with an applied handle and pressed footed design. The pattern is identified as "Dart" in Thuro's Oil Lamps II book on page 102. The finger lamp is 4 1/2" high when measuring to the top of the collar and 12 1/2" to the top of the old glass chimney. The lamp base has a 3" diameter. The burner is an old no. 1 Banner. There are no cracks or chips found but there is some wear to the base and some dust inside the font. This lamp has been around a long time. Exact shipping costs are calculated at purchase.
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