Offered for your consideration is a beautiful vintage kerosene oil lamp. This early lamp dates to the 1950 s and was produced by Plume and Atwood Mfg Co. The all clear glass lamp features a decorated base with embossed scrollwork designs on the interior, showing through to the front. The oil well is paneled. The chimney features a beaded top and measures 3 inches in diameter at the bottom and 8 inches tall. The brass burner is marked Eagle and the knob is marked: P & A Risdon Mfg Co. / Made in U.S.A. /
This is a very nice hand painted milk glass oil lamp. The base is footed. The front has hand painted flowers and leaves. The burner is marked Eagle. It dates to around the late 1800 s or early 1900 s. Lamp base measures approximately 3 diameter and 5 high to the top of the burner. The glass chimney measures approximately 8 high and the base is 2 in diameter. The condition is good. The lamp base is nice and clean. The burner and cap unscrew and come off but the wick turner is frozen. It may be possible to
Color Changing Eagle Design Etched Metal Oil Warmer Burner Night Light Lamp Mouse over images to see enlarged version Click to see supersized image Details Metal oil warmer with an etched Eagle design and wood base. The base turns inside the warmer and rotates around a multi color cylinder, giving the warmer a unique, color changing design. Warmer measures approximately 6 tall and comes with a 36 UL Listed power cord. Can be used as a night light. Uses one 35 watt Halogen bulb (included). Other
Here is a very nice vintage, collectible, black cast iron plant or oil lamp holder. Measures 8-1/2" tall by 5-1/2" wide and shows a wreath with an eagle and heart in the center. Hole opening is 3". No markings or numbers. In great condition, with some rusting, but this can be cleaned up. Has two specks of paint on front that can be taken off. A real great find! Thank you for stopping by and visiting!
A very nice Eagle oil lamp filler dating c. 1900, in "As Found" condition, with no leaks and some surface rust & minor dents. This is particularly ideal for the person who prefers rustic items in their original condition or wants to do their own restorations. This piece is rather rare - it weighs 1 lb. 6 oz., measures 6 3/4" from base to top of lid, and has a 5 1/4" diameter base. The only marks found are: "EAGLE MADE U.S.A." on the top of the lid. There is some red paint on one-half of the wooden carrying
** Crafted in cold cast resin. ** Measures approximately 7.5" tall.** This unique electric fragrance oil lamp is designed to fill the area with a refreshing aromatic scent.** Use the dimmer to adjust the halogen light to warm the oil a little or a lot, depending on how much scent or light you want in the area. ** The fragrance oil lamp can serve as a nightlight, or create a relaxing mood with soft light and sweet smelling scents.** Comes with a 35W halogen bulb and glass plate.** Scented o
I DON'T KNOW ALOT OF DETAILS ON THIS LAMP. IT IS IN GREAT CONDITION-NO NICHES,, CHIPS OR CRACKS. THERE ARE SOME SLIGHT SCRATCHES/PEELING IN THE RED GLASS ON THE BASE, AND A MINOR SCRATCH NEAR THE TOP OF COLORED PART OF HURRICANE GLASS. IT CURRENTLY DOES NOT HAVE ANY OIL IN IT, BUT SHOULD LIGHT PERFECTLY ONCE THE OIL IS ADDED. BELOW IS A DESCRIPTION OF THE EXACT SAME LAMP FROM ANOTHER LISTING: EARLY AMERICAN OIL LAMP THE "HOMESTEADER" COMPLETE WITH WICK AND BURNER (WICK HAS EAGLE MARKED ON IT) NICE RUBY
Get it today at the Soaring Eagle New Age Shop Buy more than 1 item and take advantage of the shipping discount offer Om Soapstone Aroma Lamp Condition: Brand New Dimensions: 4.50” x 3"(at widest points) Gemstone: Genuine stetatite – aka soapstone Hand carved in: India - Each lamp is unique, One-of-a-Kind! Weight:15.7 oz Tea light candle: 1 included OM Symbol meaning - Om or Aum is of paramount importance in Hinduism. This symbol (as seen in the image on the right) is a sacred syllable repr
Get it today at the Soaring Eagle New Age Shop Buy more than 1 item and take advantage of the shipping discount offer OM Stone Aroma Oil Lamp Condition: Brand New Base Dimensions: 3" x 3" Middle Section: 3" x 3" x 3" Bowl: 3” diameter x 1-1/2" (at widest points) Gemstone: Genuine stetatite – aka soapstone Design: OM Colors: Reddish-brown white Hand carved in: India Weight: lb 9.7oz Tea light candle: 1 included Unique one-of-a-kind hand carved aroma lamp Om or Aum is of paramount importance
I DON'T KNOW ALOT OF DETAILS ON THIS LAMP. IT IS IN GREAT CONDITION-NO NICHES, SCRATCHES, CHIPS OR CRACKS. IT WORKS GREAT-I CHECKED IT MYSELF. BELOW IS A DESCRIPTION OF THE EXACT SAME LAMP FROM ANOTHER LISTING: EARLY AMERICAN OIL LAMP THE "HOMESTEADER" COMPLETE WITH WICK AND BURNER (WICK HAS EAGLE MARKED ON IT) NICE AMBER COLOR. THE WICK IS TARNISHED DUE TO AGE, BUT STILL WORKS GREAT HAS AMBER PRESSED GLASS BASE WITH A LOVELY PATTERN EMBOSSED UNDERNEATH-WITH VINES AND LEAF SHAPES THE MIDDLE OF LAMP
Here is a great old glass oil lamp from the early 1900s. The glass kerosene oil font is shaped in a swirl glass pattern with dots that increase in size from top to bottom. On the bottom it is embossed (" EAGLE") and ("MADE IN U.S.A.") which we have pictured. The glass is in excellent condition without any chips, cracks, damage or repairs of any kind. The burner is a screw on cap type made of metal and brass which is also in very good condition. The thumb turn knob works properly moving the wick up and down
This unique lamp is from old growth of a Cedar tree in Northern Arizona. These trees sometimes bend and twist with age as is the case of this lamp. The lamp measures 33 in height. It is hand rubbed with an oil finish. I have used a 3 way switch which allo
a wonderful antique kerosene oil lamp completely original and in mint condition. The lamp dates to the 1870-1885 period, made by the Plume and Atwood Mfg Co. with a brass burner marked Eagle and the turn key marked P & A Risdon Mfg Co, Made in the USA, Thomaston CONN.. The lamp has a beaded top and and an upside down fan pattern on the base. No chips or cracks, wonderful condition. Stands nearly 20" tall when both pieces are together.
This oil warmer features an American Eagle. Glass dish holds the scented oil. The colored cylinder gives the warmer a unique look when the oil warmer is on. 35 watt halogen bulb heats the oil to release its scent. The power cord has a built in on/off switch and a dial to control the intensity of the heat. Measures approximately 8" h x 5" w This beautiful electric oil burner serves as a night light in addition to providing hours of aromatherapy. Place your fragrance oil in the top dish and then turn the
This is a machine made one piece oil lamp from the early 1900's. It has a basic square shape with alternating large and small panels. It has a brass insert collar with an Eagle burner. The lamp stands 8 1/2" tall to the top of the collar and 17 1/4" with the chimney. It also measures 5 1/4" across the base. The glass is thick and of good quality. Fill with oil and it is ready to burn.
This late 1800's oil lamp seems to be made of a high quality glass. The base is round that goes into a six sided stem then back to a round font. A third of the way down the font is a ring around it. From the stem up are petals with a sawtooth pattern at the base of each petal and a thumbprint at the end. Between each petal is a rib that runs up to the ring. The inside of the font is hazy from the oil and has an eagle burner. The closest lamp in my reference books had a similar base and was tagged as a Lomax
> OIL LAMPS TWO EARLY ADVERTISING ITEMS C. 1860s-1880s. OIL LAMPS TWO EARLY ADVERTISING ITEMS C. 1860s-1880s. Item 481 July 18, 2012 at 3:08 AM EST First is a 1-5/16" thin embossed brass circular piece with at large old spot of solder on reverse holding a vertical stickpin. Embossed design displays an eagle surrounded by text "J & E Parkers Patd Feb 7, 1860." This piece relates to a man by the name of Charles Parker who in 1827 began making pewter buttons. Over the years his products and occupations changed
I believe this lamp is a Central Glass Co. model, but I can not be certain. I have just listed a stand lamp in this style and there are many similar characteristics. The stand lamp is documented in Thuro II p. 109L. This lamp measures 4.5" H to top of brass collar and 6" diameter at the widest. Sold with an old Eagle no. 2 burner. Clean and clear with no chips cracks or discoloration. Not sold with a chimney, but if buyer wants a new no. 2 size chimney, I will throw it in for free.
For sale is this nice Oil Lamp with chimney from the late 1800's. The pattern design gives a "ribbing" appearance. It measures 16 3/4" Tall to top of chimney. The chimney does not appear to be original but this is not uncommon. There is an Eagle Brass wick holder with a new unused wick. It is in very good condition.
Antique glass and metal oil lamp, the font having a Diamond Sawtooth and Sheath pattern. There is a black painted tiered iron base, metal pedestal (possibly brass) brass collar, Eagle burner, glass chimney. The metal base measures 4 3/4" diameter. The lamp measures 7 3/4" tall to the top of the collar, 16 1/2" tall to top of chimney. The glass chimney measures 8 1/2" tall, 2 3/4" top diameter, 3" bottom diameter, and has no chips or cracks. The burner is marked Eagle. The thumbscrew works, turning the wick,
Oil lamp,ripple glass base font and chimney, maker is Anchor Hocking, two piece lamp has Eagle hinged wick collar, that screws onto the font. Base is molded glass 4 3/4" in diameter and 4" tall with sloped shoulder and ringed neck. Molded, ripple glass chimney is 7 1/8" tall, taper cylindrical in shape and fits properly to four prong burner unit. Single wick with operating thumb wheel. Glass is clean, clear, no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs. Underside of font basin is marked with Anchor Hocking logo (
The Sharon Panel oil lamp was produced in the late 1800's. It was made in different sizes including finger lamps. The design consists of eight panels with a row of beads around the top of the stem. The lamp stands 10" to the top of the collar and has an eagle burner. It will need a wick to burn.
This Scalloped Ribbon Band oil lamp was made in the late 1800's. There is a scalloped band that looks like chain links around the font and foot. According to my reference book the band around the font was originally painted blue on its surface. The stem is paneled and the burner is an eagle. It stands 10" to the top of the collar and 19" overall. The lamp is in excellent condition free of chips and cracks.
This little finger lamp goes by the name Peanut. It was also produced in a taller stand lamp. The design consists of a row of ruffled top circles along the bottom with a row of so called peanuts running above them. The bottom of the lamp has a starburst design. The glass has a few air bubbles and is topped with an eagle burner. It stands about 3 1/4" to the top of the collar and 12 1/4" with the chimney. The lamp is in excellent condition without chips or cracks and is ready to burn.
WW-1 Period Oil Lamp with Patriotic Big Bulge Chimney "Eagles & Shields" ! Ca. 1910 to 1920's. Reason I justify the age going into the 1920's is because this lamp pattern can be found in depression colors. Queen Ann #2 Burner with marked thumb wheel "Scovill MFG. CO." Overall condition is good with one chip found on base rim. Chimney has varying degrees of fading Eagles. Lamp Stands 9 1/2 inches tall and overall 18 1/2 inches high. Weighs 2 pounds, 10 ounces
This Patriot Lamp has a beautiful canvas rendered print depicting a Revolutionary soldier holding a tattered American flag and an eagle perched upon a fence post. The lamp is styled in an old-world oil lamp style with a frosted white glass chimney and an antique gold metal base. This electric lamp's base measures 6 inches round and stands 22.5 inches from base to chimney.
This beautiful oil or kerosene lamp was produced by Dalzell, Gilmore, and Leighton Glass c. 1898. the pattern is called "Queen Heart", and features raised beaded hearts around the perimeter of the font, on the stem, and beaded ovals around the base. It measures 9 1/4" high to the top of the metal collar and is in wonderful condition with no chips or cracks and the glass is beautifully clear. We're also including and old Eagle burner and wick (burner is missing its knob but still turns) and a shade. Overall