Description: ASSORTED BULLSEYE PATTERN KEROSENE STAND LAMPS, LOT OF THREE, colorless pyriform fonts, brass stems and two single-step and one double-step marble bases, comprising a Beaded Loop, a Flame Bull's Eye, and a panelled Bullseye, each with a No. 1 fine-line collar. One fitted with a period No. 2 lip burner and colorless lip chimney with flattened sides and a ten-petal top rim. Together with a No. 2 Julius Ives burner with shade holder. Four pieces total.
Dimensions: 8 7/8" to 13" H to top of collars.
Medium: Third quarter 19th century.
Condition Report: Flame example with a small chip to wafer, remaining fonts and setup undamaged, some minute denting to largest stem and expected roughness to marble. Ives deflector with a light dent and interior with a replaced refill cover, lacking set screw for chimney.
Provenance: From an Ohio estate collection.
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