Share your favorites on Show & Tell

Set of 3 small oil lamps need identification

In Lamps > Oil Lamps > Show & Tell.
Johnsmith's loves1070 of 1849Another Oil Lamp Needs IdentificationMarx brother's electric train no. 3984
Love it
Like it

HarborguyHarborguy loves this.
worthit2worthit2 loves this.
TassieDevilTassieDevil loves this.
clockermanclockerman loves this.
officialfuelofficialfuel loves this.
blunderbuss2blunderbuss2 loves this.
fortapachefortapache loves this.
EJW-54EJW-54 loves this.
AdeleCAdeleC loves this.
lisalisa loves this.
JohnsmithJohnsmith loves this.
WindwalkerWindwalker loves this.
See 10 more
Add to collection

    Please create an account, or Log in here

    If you don't have an account, create one here.

    Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate

    Posted 3 years ago

    (3 items)

    These lamps belonged to my paternal grandmother. The smallest one is 6 inches tall, the largest one is 8 inches tall. My father was born in 1909 and said his mother had these lamps for as long as he could remember. Sadly, my dad's memory was no longer very good when he told me that. So if anyone can help me identify them, I would be very happy.

    Oil Lamps
    See all
    Metal Carved Aladdin Lamp Magic Vintage Home Tea Oil Pot Arabian Art Craft Gift
    Metal Carved Aladdin Lamp Magic Vin...
    Antique hanging oil/kerosene parlor lamp
    Antique hanging oil/kerosene parlor...
    Uranium Green Glass 8 Paneled Hefty Kerosene / Oil Wick Lamp Unique Antique EAPG
    Uranium Green Glass 8 Paneled Hefty...
    Metal Carved Aladdin Lamp Magic Vintage Home Tea Oil Pot Arabian Art Craft Gift
    Metal Carved Aladdin Lamp Magic Vin...
    See all


    1. Windwalker, 3 years ago
      Most times it on the wick advance wheel....take a look....
    2. Santphea, 3 years ago
      I know the one on the right is called the Lincoln Drape. It's complete with it's shade and highly sought after. Probably worth about 20. I have one like the one in the center. Not sure who made it. A lot of oil lamp resources have dried up. There is a facebook site called early lighting and lamps you could ask to join it and post your questions on there. Also a facebook page called what is this? That's where I seem to get most of my info now. Beware not all of the people who answer are experts.

    Want to post a comment?

    Create an account or login in order to post a comment.