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Antique Bulbous Slag Glass 6 Panel Oil Lamp

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    Posted 1 year ago

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    This is an antique slag glass tank style old lamp that we just acquired. The tank and burner are made by "THE PARKER" in Meriden Conn.
    The colorful panels are bulbous and all intact with no damage. It has two green, two cranberry and two cream yellow colored panels.
    I am looking for a matching shade that would fit this base. I'm not sure if it would have a 10" fitter shade or 4" fitter shade. The base at it's widest measurement is about 9" wide across the colorful glass.

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    1. Manikin Manikin, 1 year ago
      Beautiful !
    2. TreasureTex TreasureTex, 1 year ago
      I sure thank y'all for the "love".
      As a child, I overheard my grandfather discussing the conversion of oil lamps to electricity with his neighbor. The men were talking about how so many beautiful lamps were being ruined by people drilling them and how they are so beautiful if left in original condition.
      I often wonder if that is the reason that I now own close to 100 unconverted antique oil lamps. Someone had to protect them.

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