This light fixture has an 1877 patent date and was probably made by Bradley and Hubbard. The light hangs 40" from the ceiling and has a 9" frosted and copper wheel cut shade, a large smoke bell that is frosted and copper wheel cut, a plain oil font with wick, a Scovill Queen Anne no. 2 burner, and a glass chimney. The iron retains its original bronze finish. This is a complete, functioning hanging kerosene lamp that can be electrified if desired. The condition of all components is very good. Exact shipping costs are calculated at purchase.
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