Posted 5 years ago
~ C. 1858 Rare Bohemian Flint Overlay Cut To Clear - Possibly Harrach ~
Thick, opaque white overlay, w/ distinguishable hand-cutting marks, seen in the lenses. Unmarked
Quite exaggerated arc cutting, in the lenses of both the font shoulder, & base perimeter.
Honest & respectful base-wear, commensurate w/ age, [1850 - 1865].
It is conclusive, that this piece only accepts, Kosmos #10 or W&W, side-draught burners, directly corresponding to the lamp's 1 1/4" ID [inside diameter] brass collar.
Actual dimensions: 10.25"H x 5.5" base-width x 5.5" font-width.
VERY HEAVY & very high-pitched, tap ring.
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