Lot 182


Estimate: $600 - $800
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CAST-IRON BRADLEY & HUBBARD HANGING TRIPLE-ARM KEROSENE EXTENSION CHANDELIER, brass finish, elaborately stylized frame with fans and scrolls ornamentation, central shaft with extension spring mechanism and terminating in a scalloped edge ceiling plate, each arm with similar cup holder, each embossed with patent dates, colorless fonts with shell embossed pattern and side-refill features, No. 2 fine-line and Taplin-Brown collars. Each fitted with a period setup comprising a Plume & Atwood No. 2 Unique lip burner, similar matching decorated colorless and frosted Oregon shades with Vintage and floral pattern, and matching colorless and frosted smoke chimneys with applied hanging ring, engraved feather bands and panels. Two non-period colorless chimneys. Fourth quarter 19th century. Frame 39 1/2" HOA, 27" DOA, fonts 3 1/2" H to top of collar.
Published: Thuro - Oil Lamps III, p. 203, fig. B.


Excellent overall condition, frame undamaged and with expected wear to the finish, fonts undamaged. One burner deflector with a light dent, two shade fitters with flakes along with normal as-made roughness to each, remaining components undamaged.

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From the Catherine Thuro Collection, Toronto, ON, Canada.