The Mantle Lamp Company was incorporated in 1908 and ever since has been known as lamps that gave about the best light of any other type lamp and are still very popular to today's collector. This is one of their glass table lamps, made in 1936. The pattern is called "Corinthian" and is in the two colors of glass called white moonstone with black crystal base. It is a striking example and well suited to decorations even of today. This lamp had dry oil in the lower part of the font as well as ash residue from the burner and wick. I was able to easily out the glass font. However, I did not attempt to clean the burner and metal parts . The original Nu Type Model B burner still retains the original wick and flame spreader. The top gallery is missing. I found no chips or cracks. I think someone long ago may have lit this lamp without the proper mantle. The book by J. W. Courter "Aladdin The Magic Name in Lamps" is the one to own if you don't already have one. It is a wealth of knowledge about every type of Aladdin mantle lamp made. It is a heavy glass lamp I will pack very well for secure transit., Please check my shop for other items of interest and send an email with any questions.
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