FREE-BLOWN AND PRESSED GLASS WHALE OIL / FLUID STAND LAMPS, LOT OF THREE, colorless, comprising one having a tall conical form font, an inverted baluster form font, and an ogee form font, each raised on a stepped quatrefoil base, wafer construction, two having a pewter collar. One fitted with a two-tube burner, having only one cap and lacking chains. Probably New England area. 1820-1840. 7 1/4" to 10 3/8" H to top of collar.
Each in very good to excellent condition with each having flaking and/or chipping to the base edge and underside of the base; tall conical having splitting to the collar; each having some scattered light wear.
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From the William D. Annable estate, Oberlin, OH.