ANTIQUE BRADLEY & HUBBARD KEROSENE B & H LAMP 1890′s
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Antique B & H Kerosene Lamp Bradley and Hubbard Description: Ornate and very beautiful Bradley and Hubbard B & H Oil Kerosene Lamp with Original Hand-painted Glass Globe. The chimney is vintage Aladdin (not original). Lamp is brass with an ornate open-pierced design. The patent date is July 1,1890, I believe the lamp was manufactured in 1896. Metal has no dents or dings. Has original B & H fount cap. The brass patina has aged naturally and it is lovely. The glass globe is original, background is dark to light blue fade with hand-painted pink and orange roses. The glass globe is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs. There is no wick, the lamp is untested. The turn dial moves freely. Simply, a stunning lamp for the Antique, Turn-of-the-Century, or Victorian inspired home. Measurements: Impressive and substantial, lamp measures approx. 32" height (including chimney). The glass globe is 9" in diameter. The bottom base is 7" square. Terms/Shipping: As always, No Reserve. Payment by PayPal required within 48 hrs of close of auction. USPS Parcel Post Insured shipping within the Continental U.S. is $22.95. Lamp will be professionally packaged for safe arrival. We ship worldwide, please use the shipping calculator for international rates. About Bradley & Hubbard: Certainly one of the most recognized names in lamps is Bradley and Hubbard. The company loosely began in 1852 in Meriden, Connecticut. A brand name widely known in the late nineteenth century but recognized today only by curators, collectors and antique dealers is "B & H." The Bradley and Hubbard Manufacturing Company was one of the largest producers of kerosene lamps and other household items such as andirons, match-safes, desk sets and clocks during the late nineteenth to mid-twentieth century. These lamps are highly prized by collectors, becoming more scarce and valuable.