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"Gone With The Wind" or Parlor Lamps

"Gone With The Wind" or Parlor Lamps remain an enduring favorite of Victorian lighting collectors. From the Victorian artist's skillful rendering of a scenic or floral, to the exceptional qualilty of the art glass examples, these kerosene oil lamps represent a wide range of choices for the collector. All types of Victorian art glass are represented in these lamps; lavishly painted Bristol, satin embossed patterned in many colors, Burmese, Mother-of-Pearl, and opalescent patterned. The glass was manufactured by Fostoria, Consolidated, Pittsburgh Lamp & Brass, Handel, Phoenix, and many others; with brass fittings and cast metalwork supplied by numerous Victorian foundries. If you have a question or need assistance locating a special lamp, please Contact us.

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Climatis Floral Parlor Lamp
Circa 1880
Consolidated Lamp and Glass Co.
All Original Oil Condition/Polished and Lacquered

Tulip Floral Parlor Lamp
Circa 1880
All Original/Polished Lacquered and Electrified



2006 Richard Miller Lamps