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Lot 374: ASSORTED PATTERN KEROSENE STAND LAMPS, LOT OF THREE
22 October 2016
Mt. Crawford, VA, USALive Auction
Description: ASSORTED PATTERN KEROSENE STAND LAMPS, LOT OF THREE, comprising a blue Peacock Feather, a colorless font Atterbury Grecian with embossed patent date, and a colorless Ring Punty & Heart example with fiery opalescent No. 1 base, period No. 1 collars. One example fitted with a period slip burner. Together with an opaque white shade with polychrome floral transfer decoration. Four pieces total.
Condition Report: Ring Punty example with a pattern flake and normal annealing lines to base, as made, remaining examples undamaged and with normal foot roughness.
Provenance: Collection of William D. "Bill" Ross, Bean Station, TN.
Dimensions: Lamps 7 3/4" to 10" H to top of collars. Shade 4 1/4" H, 3 1/2" D top rim, 8" D fitter.
Medium: Second half 19th century.