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This is a "pull down" iron kerosene oil lamp, circa 1880, that is frequently referred to as a hanging "Iron Horse Lamp". The lamp can be adjusted by raising/lowering the chains to reach the perfect height for the room as well as to fill the tank. The lamp has been electrified with an electric socket replacing the kerosene burner without any damage to the integrity of the fixture and so could be easily converted back to kerosene oil. The lamp has a very attractive decorated 14" slant shade and is complete with a glass smoke bell and chimney. The glass shade as well as all components are in very good condition. Exact shipping costs are calculated at purchase.
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Bradley & Hubbard Kerosene Oil Iron Library Lamp w Decorated Slant Shade
$865 USD SOLD
Quality Antique American Lights: Arts/Crafts; Deco; Gothic; Neoclassic; Spanish Revival; Victorian.
Sherlock specializes in restored antique American lighting: ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, floor and table lamps, sconces.