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22 October 2016, 09:30 EST
Mt. Crawford, VA, USALive Auction
Lot 309: FOSTORIA NO. 1 CASCADE RIB KEROSENE BANQUET LAMP(21 views)
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Description: FOSTORIA NO. 1 CASCADE RIB KEROSENE BANQUET LAMP, colorless, five-part construction comprising an urn-form swirling font, stem, square foot, and two swirled glass sleeves over nickel-plate connectors, No. 3 nickel-plated Taplin-Brown collar. Fitted with a Holmes, Booth & Hayden's duplex slip burner. Together with a matching candlestick. Two pieces total. Fostoria Glass Co.
Condition Report: Undamaged, lamp with some expected minor mold roughness to underside of foot and connector edges, connectors adhered.
Provenance: Collection of Lynn and Lonnie Sulzberger of Muscatine, IA.
Dimensions: Lamp 23" H to top of collar, 6" SQ foot. Candlestick 9 3/4" H, 5 1/2" D foot.
Exhibited: Lamp as Thuro - Oil Lamps II, p. 94, bottom left. Murray - Fostoria, Ohio Glass II, p. 55 left and right.
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