Embossed Parlor Lamp circa 1900

Product code - 0616
Sold on 26th April 2018

This embossed parlor lamp was made circa 1895 – 1905 by the Consolidated Lamp & Glass Company of Coraopolis, Pennsylvania. Their range of embossed satin glass oil lamps came in a variety of colours including red, green, blue and crystal etched like this one. The lamps were also made in several patterns including Lion Head, Imperial, Swirl, Paragon, Hanging Grapes as well as this Cherub face design. This style of embossed parlor lamp is often referred to as a “puffy” lamp.


Both the shade and vase of this antique parlor lamp are in excellent condition. The embossing is well formed and the glass is in perfect condition without any chips, cracks, repairs or damage.

The metal work is also in excellent condition.

Originally, this lamp would have been fitted with a Plume & Atwood slip font and burner assembly. It is very likely that the original font was replaced with another brand because it had been damaged. Instead, this lamp now has a Bradley & Hubbard font which is every bit as good as those made by Plume & Atwood. The font is in excellent condition and in good working order.

Finally, a good wick and a new chimney complete the font and burner assembly.

This embossed Cherub Face parlor lamp is sure to become a focal point and will make a wonderful addition to your home or to your collection.


Height to the top of the chimney – 68.5cm (27″)

Height to the top of the shade – 62cm (24.5″)

Diameter of the shade – 25cm (10″)

Further information

For more information about this embossed parlor lamp, please feel free to contact us quoting “Product code – 0616″

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