This is a nice and complete kerosene oil table lamp, circa 1890, that has a matching base and "bulge chimney" style shade. The lamp stands slightly less than 19" on a fancy brass 4 leg base. The lamp is pictured on p.256 in Thuro's "Oil Lamps" book 1. This lamp has been attributed to both the Consolidated Glass Co. and the Pittsburgh Glass Co., but it is not signed. It has an old no. 2 burner and wick and is in very good condition. Exact shipping costs are calculated at purchase.
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