Marge told me this close to 40 years ago. You are invited to visit my on. If you have not viewed my epic oil lamp web site, consider yourself invited.What you will find I guarantee will captivate your enthusiasm for lamping forever! The site pictures my current lamp collection of. Variety of ALL types of small antique lamps including many unlisted art glass & figural oil lamps, hundreds of shades & bases, lamps under black lights and so much more!! Up for your consideration is this listed SII 320 Antique Porcelain & Art Glass shade. The dog Miniature Figural antique Oil Lamp is in MINT MINT other than the mussel type collar have some paint loss. There are hardly any blemishes at all, and none even worth mentioning; no staining, and no mold problems from manufacturing. The dog is a Spitz, and has clear brown glass eyes.
The porcelain piece is part of a rare Staffordshire figural series. But with one added the burner would raise & lower the wick smoothly. This is a lamp you will be thrilled.
E you will always enjoy & be proud of! I deserve & earned 100% feedback's which include many many similar lamps to this one.Art piece is a small version and stands about 10 3/4 to the top of the shade. The antique chimney is also. A rare one as it is a short step down short 5 size (hard to come by) and has a few wavy lines & wonderful imperfections too.
The dog is the small version & only stands about 6 1/4 to the top of the. Hello Fellow Lampers, Have Any questions? I invite you to Communicate or just Say Hi.I work hard to live up to what it stands for. If you collect miniature oil lamps, for information on The Night Light, the miniature lamp collectors club (which is international). Dues; the value is PRICELESS!
A few reasons to join: Private auctions, Newsletter with free ads, unlisted lamps being listed, our conventions are often near lamp auctions or at Victorian lamp related factories, as points of interest.