Oil Lamp with Shade

Object Name: 
Oil Lamp with Shade

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Object Name: 
Oil Lamp with Shade
Accession Number: 
93.4.85 A
Overall H: 42.8 cm, W: 14.4 cm, D: 12.5 cm
On Display
probably 1830-1839
Primary Description: 
Shade, blown, pear-shaped, frosted on exterior by grinding on a wheel. Fits into tooled brass collar surrounding burner. Collar is attached to brass socket fastened to wafer above hollow blown stem attached by double wafer to short cylindrical stem and hollow pressed tripodal base with American eagle on each side.
Elsholz, William J., Former Collection
Richards, Paul, Former Collection
W. M. Schwind Jr. Antiques, Source
Recent Important Acquisitions, 36 (1994) p. 110, #11; BIB# AI33896