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11/14/2019 09:08 PM
(2) ANTIQUE GLASS OIL LAMPS
Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. Glass, brass
Size. 11” or 12 ½” high
Comments. This lot includes an early glass oil lantern which has in the fancy applied loop handle and it’s brass burner assembly is marked” HB and H”, STAR”. It has a nicely fitting thin clear glass chimney which has a ruffled top edge and it still has its wick. Also included is a slightly footed oil lamp which has a large loop handle, raised hearts designs around its circumference and its brass burner assembly is marked El Dorado, W.B.G Corp”. It has a thin clear glass shade with a nice ruffled edge on the top. Both of these lamps are in good shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear and minor soiling. Give them a light cleaning, add some oil and you’ll have some nice decorative items to showcase your country themed decor or they could come in handy during the next power outage.
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