CUT DOUBLE- OVERLAY TREFOILS AND FLAMES KEROSENE BANQUET LAMP, deep rose to opaque white to colorless, large urn-form font with gilt-traced flame cuts to the lower bowl and trefoils above the shoulder, elongated baluster-form stem with flame and inverted arched cuts, brass connector with hanging foliate decoration, raised on a double-step marble base with stamped brass ornamentation, No. 2 brass collar. Fitted with a No. 2 "E. F. JONES" lip burner with a period lip chimney and engraved Oregon shade. Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. 1860-1880. 25 1/4" H to top of shade, 17 1/4" H to top of collar, 6" SQ base. Shade: 7 1/8" H, 4" D fitter.
Literature: Parallels Barlow/Kaiser - The Glass Industry in Sandwich
, Vol. 2, p. 205, fig. 2348.
Provenance: From the George Foree collection, Overland Park, KS.
Excellent condition with some scattered light wear; having some roughness and light flaking to the edges of the marble; shade having a single small chip to the fitter. Having some minute instances of roughness to the edges of some cuts, as made.