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BID DATE:
10/14/2018 08:24 AM
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PAIR OF SMALL BRASS OIL LAMPS (ELECTRIFIED)

Age. More than 80-year-old lamps
Composition. See below
Size. 13 ˝” high
Rating: 8 – 7
Comments. This is a pair of vintage brass body oil lamps one of which is marked” The Miller Lamp Made in USA”. They have brass burner assemblies, tall clear glass chimnies and cast metal handles. Both have twist knob off/on switches and holes have been drilled into the lamps so that they could be electrified. Both lamps are in sturdy shape with normal use wear, have some soiling and a few very small dents. The unmarked lamp has some bends in the decorative shade holding piece. A pair of interesting, vintage oil lamps that were electrified and will now add some eclectic lighting to your home.

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