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STIPPLED FISHSCALE BASE with RIBBED FONT Footed Hand Lamp $145.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0001 ]This lamp, with a plain font, was pictured in the New Martinsville catalog and numbered 250. The ribbed font was pictured on a stand lamp. The New Martinsville Glass Co. of Martinsville, West Virginia started in 1901. However, this lamp could have been made by another factory who sold the molds to New Martinsville when they started up as this lamp has a Taplin & Brown collar, but without the patent dates of 1875 and 1876. (estimated circa 1880 - 1901)
RAYED BASE Finger Lamp $60.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0003 ]This nice finger lamp has an applied handle which, as a rule, dates it to before the 1880’s. Most mass produced finger lamps of the 80’s and 90’s had molded handles. Manufacturer is unknown. (estimated circa 1870’s - 1880)
Wavey Glass Finger Lamp $65.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0005 ] This lamp, with an applied handle dates it earlier than the 1880’s. As a rule, mass produced finger lamps of the 80’s and 90’s had molded handles.The number 135 on bottom of lamp possibly relates it to the same unknown manufacturer who numbered the lamp bottoms. Other lamps have been found with the number 142 in the lamp bottom. (estimated circa 1870’s - 1880’s)
Ribbed Pear Finger Lamp $90.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0006 ]This lamp was made without lead due to the needs of lead for war time purposes. It has an applied handle and was one of many ribbed design finger lamps made during this era. (Circa late 1850s - 1860s)
CABBAGE ROSE Flat Finger Lamp $150.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0017 ] This lamp is believed to be manufactured by the Central Glass Company. I have not seen another lamp with this design in now, twelve years. VERY RARE! This lamp has an applied handle and has patent dates stamped on the collar of April 19th, 1875 and March 21st, 1876. (Circa 1875-1880)
FILLY Hand Lamp $75.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0018 ]This lamp has patent dates on the base of “February 11th and June 3rd, 1862”, and “reissued July 20th 1869”. These are the patent dates issued to James and Thomas Atterbury of the Atterbury Lamp Company. (Circa 1862 - 1876)
FISH SCALE Finger Lamp $95.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0019 ]This lamp is called a Fish Scale because of the pattern on the font. This lamp has an 1894 “Ebling Clinch-On” collar not to be mistaken for the “Riverside Clinch-On” collar. The applied handle is typical of this period. Manufacturer is unknown but the applied handle is similar to the lamps manufactured by the Hemingray Glass Company. (Circa 1890 to 1900)
ROSELINE English Finger Lamp $130.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0020 ]This lamp was manufactured by Falk, Stadelmann & Company. They were English manufacturers who made the famous “Veritas” lamps. In the 1930s they offered lamps that had changed little in appearance from those in the 1880s. This lamp was offered in Rosaline and Ivory Opal colors. This lamp color is Rosaline which is a very beautiful soft pink. (Circa 1930-1935)
DUNCAN BEADED BAR Stand Lamp $120.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0002 ]This lamp was manufactured by George Duncans and Sons Glass Co. of Pittsburg, PA. (Circa 1880 - 1900)
EYEBROW Stand Lamp $85.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0004 ] This lamp was most likely manufactured by the co-operative Flint Glass Company. (Circa 1880 - 1900)
Earliest Stand Lamp $125.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0015 ] Marble Bases, brass stems, and simple squat pear – shaped, or oval fonts, all contribute to the conclusion that this type of lamp was one of the earliest kerosene lamps which followed the whale oil and fluid burning lamps. (Circa 1850-1860) Also see item CLC0016.
Earliest Stand Lamp - ENGRAVED FONT $100.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0016 ] In the period from 1857 to 1863, kerosene went from sparse use, to widespread use. Lamps with brass stems and marble bases were common from the late 1850’s. The collars on these lamps allowed the use of whale oil, burning-fluid, or kerosene burners, so during the early period it was the type of burner that determined the lamp classification. (Cira 1855 - 1865) Also see item CLC0015.
QUARTERED BLOCK Pedestal Finger Lamp $130.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0021 ]This lamp was made by George Duncan’s Sons and Company. The collar is a “Riverside Clinch-On” collar patented in 1882 and 1883. (Circa 1890 - 1893)
SHELL Finger Lamp $85.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0022 ]This lamp has a patent stamp on the base of June 30, 1868. This was the patent that the Atterbury Lamp Company designed for a four-part mold. (Circa 1868 - 1876)
Footed RIB PANEL Finger Lamp $80.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0023 ]This lamp shows considerable wear as the base is utilized to hold more fuel. Manufacturer unknown. (Circa 1860 to 1870)
WHEELING PLAIN Footed Finger Lamp $95.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0024 ]Believed to be manufactured by the Hobbs, Brockunier & Company, which at one time, the largest glass company in the United States. (Circa 1875-1885)
EYEBROW Finger Lamp $75.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0025 ]This lamp was most likely manufactured by the co-operative Flint Glass Company. (Circa 1880 - 1900)
BEADED LOOP and TULIP Finger Lamp $115.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0026 ] Possibly made by the Hemingray Glass Company. The Fish Scale finger lamp, the Coolidge Drape finger lamp, and this lamp all have the same type of clinch collar and the same circular flipped up applied handle which was this manufacturers’ trademark. (Circa 1880-1900)
PANELED ARCHES Stand Lamp $120.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0027 ]This lamp font, with an opaque (milk glass) base, was made with unleaded glass. The same design was made earlier with leaded glass and having a brass column stem and a marble base. (Circa 1865-1875)
PIONEER VICTORIA Stand Lamp $75.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0028 ]This lamp is the “one piece type,” without horizontal mold marks from shoulder to base. Pioneer Victoria was a tableware pattern manufactured by the Pioneer Glass Company, LTD. In Pittsburg, PA. This design was patented on Nov. 24th, 1891 for a period of three and one half years. (Circa 1880-1900)
RING PUNTY and HEART Stand Lamp $155.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0029 ]The name, Ring Punty, was chosen for these lamps from the S.E. Sutherland catalogue of 1859. These lamps were made with leaded glass and mold marks generally disappeared at the uppermost level of the pattern. (Circa 1855-1865)
PANELED BULLSEYE Stand Lamp $75.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0030 ]The raised or sunken circle called a “Bullseye” was a feature of many of the most attractive early designs. The “Bullseye” designs were made by at least two glass companies, with most of the fonts being made with leaded glass. (Circa 1860-1870)
Atterbury SHELLY Stand Lamp $75.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0031 ]The brass connector has a patent date of Sept. 29, 1868 which is a patent issued to Atterbury for this type of connector between the base and font. The collar appears to have been installed at an angle during manufacturing, but does not hinder the lamps’ operation.
BRADLEY and HUBBARD Metal Base Stand Lamp $175.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0032 ]The base and font on this lamp are illustrated in the 1883-1884 Bradley & Hubbard catalogue. Mixing and matching components was a very common practice. The font on this lamp is seen on lamp no. 0297 in the catalog, and has a patent date of June 15th, 1880 on the bottom. The base is seen on lamp no. 0284 and has “Pat Appl’d For” on the bottom. (Circa 1880-1890)
Figure Stem HUNTER and DOG Stand Lamp $150.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0033 ]Cast figure of a man hunting with his dog, resting against a tree. The man is holding a rifle in one hand and petting his dog with the other. The dog has a bird in its mouth. The font design is called “Link Belt”. (Circa 1865-1880)
RIVERSIDE Squaree Base Stand Lamp $130.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0034 ]This lamp has a patented “Riverside Clinch-On” collar with patent dates of September 19, 1882 and December 4, 1883. The Riverside Company was sold to the Cambridge Glass Company in 1907. Lamps with Square bases, such as this lamp, are considered rare. (Circa 1879-1907)
POMONA Stand Lamp $80.00
Click Here for Product Details! [ CLC0035 ]This lamp was manufactured by the Thomas Evans Company which was established in 1869. (Circa 1869- 1893)
 
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