EAPG Bullseye Oil Lamp

Product code - 0453
Sold on 9th March 2013

The pattern of this lovely little antique oil lamp is early American patterned glass or EAPG Bullseye with Diamond Point.

The clear glass lamp was made by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton Co. of Findlay, Ohio circa 1892 and is shown on page 249 fig. (j) in Catherine Thuro’s first book “Oil Lamps – The Kerosene Era in North America”.

The oil lamp is fitted with a new burner and is complete with a new wick and a new chimney.

The antique kerosene lamp is in excellent condition without any chips, cracks, staining or damage of any kind.

Although this is a smaller glass oil lamp, the prominent pattern of bullseyes with encircling beading on the font and the matching beading around the diamond points on the base ensure that it is never overlooked.

This is a very attractive and appealing antique glass lamp that will be a welcome addition to your home or to add to your collection.

Height to the top of the burner – 23cm (9″)

Height to the top of the chimney – 39cm (15.25″)

Diameter of the font – 12cm (4.75″)

For more information about this antique EAPG Bullseye with Diamond Point oil lamp, please feel free to contact us and quote “Product code – 0453”

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