ANTIQUE "PRIMROSE" OR "DAFFODIL" WHITE OPALESCENT KEROSENE/OIL FINGER LAMP. The pattern is referred to as "Primrose" or "Daffodils", attributed to the Northwood Glass Company during the late 1800s or early 1900s. The lamp has an applied handle and a #1 Ebling collar (7/8 inside diameter). The antique Queen Anne No.
1 burner was made by the Scovill Manufacturing Company (marked on thumbwheel). I'm also including an antique chimney with a pie crust top. With the chimney in place, the lamp stands about 10 3/4 tall. With the chimney and burner removed, the lamp stands about 3 1/8 tall to the top of the collar. The opalescent font is approximately 4 wide (not counting handle).
It's guaranteed to be an antique finger lamp and NOT a modern remake. A stand lamp with the "Primrose" design is pictured on page 268 in the book. Oil Lamps - The Kerosene Era in North America. The same lamp is pictured on page 39 in the book.Standard Encyclopedia of Opalescent Glass (17th Edition). " by Mike Carwhile, this time called "Daffodils and attributed to Northwood. Condition of this antique lamp is VERY GOOD. The font looks fantastic with no chips, cracks, fleabites or other damage to report. The Eberling metal collar has a split on one side (see photo), which is very common for these collars.
The burner has a nice patina and the chimney is undamaged. Overall, this antique lamp looks fantastic and displays beautifully. Please take a close look at the many photos I've provided and judge condition for yourself.If you have any questions regarding this policy, please let me know. I will insure this item at my own expense. Txzj pxzj11575 txzj-11 txzj85 txzj115. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps".
The seller is "virginia_quailman" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.