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09/17/2018 06:27 PM
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ANTIQUE BRASS OIL LAMP WITH HAND PAINTED SHADE (ELECTRIFIED)

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 21½" high
Rating: 9
Comments. The oil tanks Is marked” B & H” for Bradley and Hubbard. It has a brass body and burner assembly. The base as well as handles are cast brass and have either dolphin or Dragon designs as seen in our photo. It has a twist knob off/on switch which is located on the base for its single light fixture. The lamp is in good shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has a couple small dents and there are holes in the base as well as through the oil tank that were done for electrification. The shade is made of white glass and has a 13 7/8” round base and a 6 ¼” round top. The exterior is painted light green and it has hand-painted design of flowers with leaves around its exterior. The shade is in good, sturdy shape no breaks having normal use wear and light soiling. Give it a light cleaning and it’s ready for your antique decor. Nice size for your antique console table or next to your favorite reading chair.

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