Lamp with Drip Pan

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Object Name: 
Lamp with Drip Pan
Accession Number: 
72.4.48
Dimensions: 
H: 16.8 cm, D(base): 10.3 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
about 1820-1830
Credit Line: 
Gift of Preston Bassett
Primary Description: 
Colorless, lead and cobalt blue glasses; blown; metal. Metal and cork double whale oil burner; spherical font of colorless glass; attached to disk-knopped stem of colorless glass; above high domed foot of blue glass, turning up to form saucer with folded rim; rough pontil mark.
Provenance: 
Bassett, Preston, Source
1972-03-27
Category: 
New England Glass Company, 1818-1888
Venue(s)
Toledo Museum of Art 1963 through 1963
Blue and Clear Early American Blown Glass Lamp (1970-02) p. 1656, fig. 3;
The Evolution of the American Glass Lamp (1967-02) p. 1471, fig. 19; BIB# AI82577
The New England Glass Company, 1818-1888 (1963) pp. 57, 73, #192; BIB# 27488