Brass New Juno No. 2 Converted Antique Oil Lamp White Cased Glass Draped Shade
Lamp to top of socket: 13.5. Lamp to top of chimney: 20.5. This lamp is the New Juno No. 2, which has a patent date on the burner of June 13, 1893. It has been tested to make sure it works, and is set for a one-way bulb. Based on the cord, this was converted to an electric lamp around the 1960's, and now turns on using a switch attached to the top/side of the bowl. The metal tripod that the large shade sits on was soldered to the burner, so it is not removable. It's an attractive lamp, but does show some signs of age and use. There is green spotting and surface wear around the on/off switch and the side of the bowl right below the switch. The cased glass shade is 7" tall and 11.25" wide, with a 10 fitter.
The top rim is in excellent condition, but the bottom rim has one section with three noticeable chips (see arrows in last photo) and several other smaller ones. Most of the shade is clear glass, with a thin layer of white on the inside. The 10 chimney has no chips or cracks. _gsrx_vers_827 GS 7.0.13 (827). This item is in the category "Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps".
The seller is "neatovintage" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Brand: New Juno
- Type: Oil Lamp
- Power Source: Corded
- Material: Brass, Glass
- Style: Victorian
- Time Period Manufactured: 1900-1919
- Vintage: Yes
- Manufacturer: New Juno
- Antique: Yes