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CUT OVERLAY OIL LAMP. Outstanding early lamp has beautiful white cut to cranberry patterns with gold gilt outline. Lamp is fitted with cast brass frame...
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CUT OVERLAY OIL LAMP. Outstanding early lamp
has beautiful white cut to cranberry patterns with gold gilt outline. Lamp is fitted with cast brass frame around shoulder with eight arms impressed with grape and grape leaf ... [more like this]
PAIR OF CUT OVERLAY OIL LAMPS. American,
2nd quarter-19th century. Ruby cut to clear fonts with grape pattern, brass fluted column stems, and stepped marble bases. 12"h. ... [more like this]
TWO CUT OVERLAY OIL LAMPS. American, 2nd
quarter-19th century. Ruby cut to clear, brass columns, and marble bases. 15.5"h. and 13"h. ... [more like this]
AMERICAN CUT OVERLAY OIL LAMP. Mid 19th
century. Milk glass base and green cut to clear font. In-the-making imperfection. 13.75"h. ... [more like this]
PAIR OF CUT OVERLAY OIL LAMPS. American,
3rd quarter-19th century. Possibly Sandwich Glass Company. Milk glass shades with clear chimneys, purple to clear fonts, brass fittings, and marble bases. 17"h. ... [more like this]
AMERICAN RED CUT OVERLAY WHALE OIL LAMP,
POSSIBLY BOSTON AND SANDWICH GLASS COMPANY, CIRCA 1860, AND A PAIR OF AMERICAN PINK OVERLAY WHALE OIL LAMPS.
The first having font of inverted pear form, cut in rows of ... [more like this]
GROUP OF ASSORTED GLASS LIGHTIING PIECES
including: a pair of milk glass fluted columnar candlesticks on square bases - h: 8.75 in.; a pair of diamond-cut clear candlesticks - h: 7 in.; a single stick on stepped ... [more like this]
THREE GLASS LAMPS AND A NEWEL POST FINIAL.
Pair of floral etched peg lamps in a pair of brass candlesticks, 13"h. overall; a clear pattern glass oil lamp, 12 1/2"h. and a cut overlay cobalt to clear newel post finial. ... [more like this]
TWO OIL LAMPS. American mid 19th century.
Sandwich glass cut overlay fonts in identical pattern one white to clear one blue to clear. The white lamp has a brass and marble base the blue has a clambroth base. Both ... [more like this]
VICTORIAN GILT METAL AND CUT GLASS TABLE
LAMP CIRCA 1860 converted from an oil lamp, with a tapered pale blue and white overlay glass column with cast mounts of fruiting vines 50cm high Estimate £ 150-250. ... [more like this]
CONTINENTAL WROUGHT IRON, BRASS AND CRANBERRY
CUT TO CLEAR GLASS OIL LAMP LATER FITTED AS A TABLE LAMP late 19th Century, the openwork body with various scroll decoration, the tripod base with acanthus mounts, the custom ... [more like this]
OIL LAMP. American, mid 19th century. Brass
girondale base in the form of an American Indian on a white marble stepped base. The arms are fitted with cut overlay oil fonts with burning fluid burners, two red, one deep ... [more like this]
White Overlay Cut to Cranberry Glass Oil
Lamp, (electrified). ... [more like this]
OIL LAMP. American, attributed to Sandwich,
mid 19th century. Cut overlay glass font, deep cobalt to clear on a brass column with white marble base and a cobalt chimney. 15 3/4"h. overall. ... [more like this]
OIL LAMP. Sandwich, mid 19th century, glass.
Cut overlay white to cornflower blue font on a brass column and grey marble base. Base has roughness. 12 1/2"h. overall. ... [more like this]
TWO GLASS OIL LAMPS. American 1st half-19th
century. Clear pattern font with cornflower blue base and cut overlay font white to cranberry with milk glass base 14''h. ... [more like this]
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