Standing an impressive 2 feet in height, the handsome solid oak base and trim is in amazingly-preserved condition given the age. The contrasting emerald green slag glass and oak shade does have one pane with a very old crack (looks like a repair was attempted long ago; see close-up photo for detail). Nonetheless, the lamp displays beautifully despite the flaw and is quite solid and sturdy.The lamp including its oil tank has NOT been drilled or electrified; the light socket and cord seen are NOT permanent and can easily be removed if you wish to add a wick and use it as an oil lamp. The lamp can also be permanently electrified if desired. Due to its fragility, the lamp will be professionally packaged to ensure safety in transit. The item "Early 1900s Antique Mission Arts and Crafts Slag Glass Oil Lamp Stickley Era" is in sale since Wednesday, July 17, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Other Collectible Lighting".
The seller is "auction_mania" and is located in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. This item can be shipped to United States.