For your consideration is an antique circa 1895 Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co. Gone with the wind parlor oil lamp with a white and taupe base color with hand stenciled then painted red roses and and greenery. This lamp gas been converted to electric with a three way switch using an electrified slip burner. The lamp can easily be converted back to oil with a new burner as this was a drill-less electrification.
Measurements: The lamp measures 20 in height including the chimney; 18 from the shade to the base. The shade has a 8 1/2 fitter; 6 1/2 in height with a 3 1/2 chimney opening. Condition: The paint is in overall good condition, ine small rub soot is located in the base in one rose; there are no cracks or chips present in the base or shade; the shade does gave some minor bites on the fitter rim only.
The brass and cast are also in good condition and does not have any cracks, dents, dings or splits. Age related patina is present. Please review and enhance the photos as they are part of the description.
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Thank you for supporting small business! The item "Antique Gone With The Wind Oil Lamp Hand Painted Roses GWTW" is in sale since Thursday, October 31, 2019.This item is in the category "Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps\ Non-Electric\Oil". The seller is "cartysatticfinds" and is located in Marine City, Michigan. This item can be shipped to United States.