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Lot 435: VICTORIAN ART NOVEAU GONE WITH THE WIND KEROSENE PARLOR LAMP

Important Miniature & other Kerosene Lighting

by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

22 October 2016

Mt. Crawford, VA, USA

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Description: VICTORIAN ART NOVEAU GONE WITH THE WIND KEROSENE PARLOR LAMP, opal ground with amethyst and blue paint decoration and gilt tracing, matching pattern base and umbrella-form shade, Pittsburgh brass drop-in font, electrified, brass floral foot, period "EMPIRE" slip chimney. Possibly Pittsburgh Lamp, Brass, and Glass Co.

Condition Report: Excellent condition overall with typical minute flaking/roughness to the shade fitter and rim, lamp base with minor exterior wear.

Provenance: Property of Bill and Karen Webb.

Dimensions: 25" HOA, 18 1/2" H to top of socket, 7" SQ base, 11 3/4" D shade fitter.

Medium: Early 20th century.

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