These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only. You can reduce the number of items displayed by entering a keyword that must be included in the description of the item. A pair of classical revival darkly patinated bronze oil lamps, in the form of Grecian boar's head 'Rhytons'. English circa A Second Empire oil lamp , the base in gilt and patinated bronze in the form of a putti on a neoclassical column with floral garlands, with an acid etched pink glass shade and clear glass flu and oil well.
Victorian kerosene lamp with vaseline glass bowl and etched shade, height 64 cm to top of shade Show 1 more like this. Exceptional quality Victorian banquet kerosene lamp, with an enamel decorated ruby bowl and etched ruby glass shade on a brass column base, height 57 cm to top of shade Show 1 more like this. Victorian kerosene banquet lampwith cut bowl and base and decorative etched shade, height 65 cm to top of shade Show 1 more like this.
Copper and brass Arts and craft kerosene lamp, with amber Dapple decorated shade, height 52 cm to top of shade Show 1 more like this.
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A fine quality Victorian banquet kerosene lamp, on column base with ruby cut bowl and etched ruby shade, height 66 cm to top of shade Show 1 more like this. Exceptional quality Victorian banquet kerosene lamp, green frosted decorated bowl with a green vaseline glass shade on an exquisite quality ormolu and green marble base, height 72 cm to top of shade. Exceptional quality Victorian banquet kerosene lamp, ruby cut bowl and frosted cameo cut shade on ormolu and marble column base.
A rare Nailsea glass Art Nouveau kerosene lamp with matching shade, on an ormolu and Art Nouveau base, height 56 cm to top of shade. Victorian kerosene oil lamp with brass double burner, 19th century, 57 cm high. A pair of antique piano sconce kerosene oil lamps with ruby glass fonts and shades and gilt metal stands, 19th century, 55 cm high.
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A kerosene oil banquet lamp with salmon coloured glass font, acid etched shade and duplex double black button burner, 19th century, 76 cm high. American night light kerosene lamp clock, silver plated base with milk glass dial in brass bezel, Hinks single burner, 19th century, A pair of bronze Italian oil lamps, putti supporting an urn, electrified.
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Height 64 cm. A Victorian banquet lampblue glass reservoir on carved marble Roman column, and acid etched shade. Height 89 cm. Show 1 more like this. A Victorian Bristol glass banquet lamp, with enamel floral design and acid etched shade. Height 75 cm. A 19th century classical revival banquet lamp, cut glass reservoir, supported by a brass column with three Egyptian sphinx to base. Quality vintage Victorian oil lamp with swirl ruby glass decoration and matching shade.
Antique kerosene banquet lampwith Hink's duplex burner and floral decorated clear glass base, Edwardian oil lampwith frosted glass shade, above a facetted glass bowl, above a reeded stem on circular foot, height 69 cm Show 1 more like this.
Earthenware teapot and Persian oil lamp, relief decorated with blossom, oil lamp c. A sterling silver oil lamp table cigar lighter, London, with maker's mark for Joseph Braham, a pedestal Roman style lamp with an elegant cast flying handle in the form of a swan neck, hallmarked underside, total weight gr, height 11 cm, length An antique French oil lamplater 19th century, marked Guardard and made in France to mechanism, having an ovoid porcelain font with transferware decorations upon a deep, ivory ground, with brass mounts, an apricot petal form glass collar and chimney, heig Show 14 more like this.
An antique oil lamplater 19th century, mark of HS with English import mark in Frenchan urn form porcelain font of moulded shape with transferware meadow flower, and bird designs upon a cream ground, with brass mounts, a frilled cup shape, etched and Show 12 more like this. An antique French oil lamplater 19th century, unmarked, having an ovoid porcelain font decorated with transferware zygo cactus and birds upon an ivory ground, with brass mounts, a pink petal form glass collar, and chimney, height 46 cm Show 7 more like this.
An antique French oil lamplater 19th century, with mark of SS Paris to mechanism, with a baluster shaped porcelain font with transferware designs of a heron, and one other bird upon an ivory ground, with brass mounts, a cranberry glass, frilled shade and Show 8 more like this. A pair of vintage French lamps in brass and white metal, late 19th century, one 'Lampe Pigeon' and one 'Lampe Olympe', kerosene lamps with all fittings, and glass chimneys, height 23 cm Show 1 more like this.
Lamps offered at auctions might be trash or may be treasure. The lamp you use daily might also be a valuable item. Determining the worth of any lighting fixture means taking a good look at some obvious clues and doing a bit of research to estimate the value. Don't assume because it's old that it's valuable. The same. Old oil lamps can be a fun addition to your home or a source of a profit, depending on the condition and age of your lamps. While you can tell what shape the lamp is in by looking at it, you probably won't be able to find much manufacturing information on antique oil lamps. The best way to get an exact date of manufacture is by having an. The oil tank is another important part of antique oil lamps for sale. If you have lost an oil tank, you can buy plenty of similar-sized oil tanks on . The burner is yet another critical piece that regulates the oil tank and the size of the flame.
Show 6 more like this. Kerosene table lamp mid 19th century U. With single Wick eagle burner Show 11 more like this.
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Banquet blue Bohemian glass kerosene lamp height 71 cm with floral themed mid section, ball lamp and hazelnut metallic base, height 72 cm Show 27 more like this. An Edwardian kerosene lampa circular brass base supporting a decorated china stand with conforming oil well, fluted shade and glass chimney, height 59 cm Show 5 more like this.
Two antique oil lamps both with pink glass fonts, 55 cm high tallest Show 2 more like this. A French cast lamp with a glass shade in the Renaissance revival and Louis XVI styles, late 19th century originally an oil lamp, with a pierced cast base decorated with mascarons, a festooned urn form stem decorated and supporting a domed white glass spira Show 10 more like this.
Late Victorian spirit lamp spelter base, depicting Colonial Battle scene, brass fittings and milk glass shade, height 53 cm Show 54 more like this. Pair of spirit lamps early 20th century, EPNS base with pink glass shades, height 44 cm Show 63 more like this.
Late Victorian spirit lamp yellow etched glass, with brass mount on glass base, height 56 cm Show 17 more like this.
Apr 27, Most early antique oil lamps were more functional than decorative and sometimes wasted oil. But in the early s, the Betty style oil lamp was created, which was an improvement on older models featuring uncovered dishes that wasted oil . A pair of antique piano sconce kerosene oil lamps with ruby glass fonts and shades and gilt metal stands, 19th century, 55 cm high A kerosene oil banquet lamp with salmon coloured glass font, acid etched shade and duplex double black button burner, 19th century, 76 cm high.
A Victorian banquet lamplater 19th century, now converted to electricity, the lamp with a moulded and waisted ceramic base with a conical stem to a clear glass kerosene font with an internal vertical decor, with the original, brass fittings, chimney and Show 27 more like this. An antique French fuel lampearly 20th century, with a ceramic globular font decorated with floral, bird and insect, transferware designs, raised on a circular metal base, with original mounts, and fittings, glass chimney and a mint green ribbed and domed Show 39 more like this.
An antique French fuel lampearly 20th century, with a ceramic globular font decorated with floral, bird and insect, transferware designs, raised on a circular metal base, with original mounts, and fittings, glass chimney and a pink domed glass shade, hei Show 66 more like this. German 19th century porcelain oil lamp, Little Red Riding Hoods 'The Wolf', circachip to base, 31 cm high Show 2 more like this. Fine Victorian marble and brass decorated kerosene lamp having glass reservoir and ruby etched shade, 87 cm high.
Victorian oil lamp with ruby glass reserve, 54 cm tall Show 25 more like this. Two antique oil lamps with glass fonts and shades, plus an original extra ruby acid etched shade, 19th century, the taller 62 cm high Show 38 more like this. An antique brass kerosene lampa World War I artillery shell and a Middle Eastern hooker pipe incompletethe lamp 55 cm high Show 1 more like this.
An Edwardian oil lampwith milk glass font and ornate brass base.
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Height 59 cm Show 26 more like this. A small French porcelain oil lamp, late 19th century, brass neck marked boulle and Paris, a cylindrical porcelain font with indigo transferware decoration of a bird, amongst bramble berries on a white ground, set within brass mounts and having, a globular Show 17 more like this.
Call the appraiser to set up an appointment. If you can't find an in-person appraiser, email appraisers in other locations and arrange for an appraisal via photograph. Research any clues you found while inspecting your lamp.
If you know the lamp's manufacturer or approximate age, find books about oil lamps from that era. You may be able to narrow down the style and time period of your lamp by finding similar lamps on Eagle Emporium. Discuss the age and value of your lamp with the appraiser.
Ask your appraiser what your lamp is worth and how that worth has changed over time.
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