Copper Finish Trophy Lamp with Shade

Product code - 0340
Sold on 27th October 2013

During the late 1890s, the trophy lamp was a popular style of smaller parlor or table oil lamp.

The vase section was made of brass with a pair of handles attached to the sides.

Sometimes the vases were then nickel or copper plated but more often they were not.

This Bradley & Hubbard (B & H) trophy lamp is a very fine example of one with a copper finish.

The removable slip font is in excellent condition without any signs of stress cracks or damage of any kind. The burner is in good working order complete with a wick, a flame spreader and a new chimney.

The kerosene lamp also has a hand painted globe shade from around the same period which still retains the original brass heat ring.

The delicate floral decoration on the opal glass globe compliments the copper of the trophy lamp beautifully.

Both the antique kerosene lamp and shade are in very good condition.

Height to the top of the chimney – 53cm (21″)

Height to the top of the shade – 46cm (18″)

Diameter of the globe shade – 20cm (8″)

Width from handle to handle – 23cm (9″)

For more information about this copper finish kerosene trophy lamp, please feel free to¬†contact us and quote “Product code – 0340”

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