For your consideration, I offer a Victorian era, circa 1870s-1880s oil lamp burner with old wick and chimney combination.
The brass burner is marked NOVELTY on the wick winder wheel. This burner was manufactured by Plume & Atwood (P&A) Co. of Connecticut
and I believe it was first patented sometime in the 1860s. The burner is a no. 2 size with threads that measure 1 3/16 inch. The old original lip or flare chimney has a 2 1/8 inch o.d. fitter. and is 8 inches tall. The chimney has hand tooled rims and there is a chew or chip on the fitter rim from tightening and loosening the screw that holds it firmly on the burner over the years. I have greatly enlarged that picture to show you. It is on the very edge in one area. The burner still has residual soot on the inside as also shown in one picture. An old wick is in the burner. I will double box them for secure transit. Check my shop for other items of interest and drop me an email if you have any questions.
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