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1870's Lomax Eastlake cast iron hanging oil lamp

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Hanging Lamps246 of 298Antique French Multi Coloured Cut Crystal Chandelier1940's Vintage GWTW hanging lamp with crystal prisms
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Posted 3 years ago

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Beautiful antique Eastlake oil hanging lampfrom the 1870's.....cast iron, even have an original font from that time....and a ceiling hook to match..have to get a new burner and I have the chimney....and then it will be complete

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  1. officialfuel officialfuel, 3 years ago
    I changed my mine on this one. I do love this period in time. I have this lamp hanging out in the mancave above the cash register. You have a nice collection!! Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful week!! :-)
  2. Boomer, 3 years ago
    I recently bought an antique hanging oil lamp at an estate sale. There are no markings on the lamp, and I am trying to identify the manufacture and period. The lamp bracket is exactly like your Eastlake, but it has a brass font and a brass shade. There is a large brass ball that hangs from the chain and acts as a counterweight for the lamp. Hanging from the brass ball is a brass smoke bell. I would appreciate any information that you could share on identfying my lamp. Thanks!!
  3. bpadg49957 bpadg49957, 3 years ago
    Boomer...that sounds unique, I have never daw an Eastlake with brass font and counterweight. It could be original, but.....sounds like someone has taken parts from a victorian oil lamp and most likely mixed with an Eastlake oil, they were pretty standard in their makings....I would like to see a picture of your lamp.

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