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Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp

Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp
Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp
Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp
Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp
Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp
Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp
Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp
Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp
Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp
Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp
Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp
Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp

Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp
FOR YOUR ATTENTION AND CONSIDERATION: EXTREMELY RARE, GIANT, MAGNIFICENT AND STUNNING KEROSENE BANQUET LAMP MADE BY C&K Co. CRAIGHEAD & KINTZ Co. OF BALLARD VALE, MASS. THURO, PAGE # 241. THE COMPANY MANUFACTURED FANCY GOODS PLATED IN GOLD, OXIDIZED SILVER AND BRASS. THEY MADE THE MOST ARTISTIC BRASS, BRONZE ARTICLES AND LAMPS OF THEIR TIME. ALL THEIR LAMPS AND OTHER ITEMS ARE NOW CONSIDERED TH E RAREST IN AMERICAN ANTIQUE LIGHTING TRADE. THIS LAMP IS IN A VERY GOOD CONDITION. THE ME TAL PARTS ARE ORIGINAL AND AUTHENTIC. THE MIX METAL BASE IS PROFESSIONALLY POLISHED AND SEALED FOR PRESERVATION. IT IS VERY WELL ELECTRIFIED WITH NO DAMAGE DONE TO THE LAMP AND IF DESIRED CAN BE BROUGHT BACK TO KEROSENE BURNING WITH VERY LITTLE EFFORT. THE GLASS GLOBE HAS NO CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS WITH JUST A VERY MINOR WEAR TO GILDING, RETAINS ITS ORIGINAL HEAT RING. THE CHIMNEY IS OLD AND SIGNED “MACBETH # 9 PEARL GLASS”. THE LAMP IS VERY TALL – 37 TO THE TOP OF THE CHIMNEY. THE BASE IS 7 1/2″ AT THE LOWER WIDEST PART, THE GLOBE IS 9″ IN DIAMETER. The flower on the globe looks like iris. Meaning of Irises: Their primary meanings include faith. With striking uniqueness and beauty, irises have rich meaning, and when given as gift, they can. With over 200 varieties in a wide spectrum of colors, the iris, which fittingly takes its name from. The greek word for “rainbo w”. The iris’s history is rich, dating back to Ancient Greek times when the Greek Goddess Iris. The messenger of the gods and the personification of the rainbow, acted as the link between haven and earth. During the Middle Ages, the meaning of irises became linked to the French monarchy, and the. Became the recognized national symbol of France. Today, the iris is the state flower of Tennessee, and the Fleur-de-lis is the emblem for the city of New Orleans. Our unique collection of American “gone with the wind” lamps took many years to form. It is now for sale and currently awaiting new owner. Most of the lamps in our collection are impossible to find for sale anywhere. Qualified buyers will be invited to view and inspect the collection in person. We can also provide high resolution photos of each lamp in the collection with detailed description, condition report, and provenance. The item “GWTW ANTIQUE VICTORIAN OIL KEROSENE OLD BANQUET PARLOR GONE WITH THE WIND LAMP” is in sale since Saturday, February 14, 2015. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps”. The seller is “momota65″ and is located in San Jose, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Lamps
  • Maker: CRAIGHEAD & KINTZ
  • Primary Material: Glass
  • Age: 1850-1899
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Style: Victorian/ Art Nouveau
  • Country/Region of Origin: USA
  • CRAIGHEAD & KINZ CO.: CIRCA 1890 – 1895

Gwtw Antique Victorian Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp

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