Jeff and Holly Noordsy

Dealers Specializing in the Sale of Early American Bottles, Glass and Period Decorative Arts

GLASS FLUID LAMPS

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 ITEM #

DESCRIPTION

PRICE

AVAILABILTY

 7801

EXTREMELY RARE GI-7 BLOWN THREE MOLD PEG LAMP

$595

AVAILABLE

BLOWN THREE MOLD PEG LAMP, (McK# GI-7), clear flint glass, round font applied to wafered stem, pontil scar, 4 3/8"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, 1820-1840, extremely rare.

THE LAMPS LISTED BELOW ARE SOLD BUT THEY HAVE BEEN LEFT ON THE PAGE FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES


 JR2

OUTSTANDING NEW ENGLAND GLASS CO. PRESSED LAMP

SOLD

PRESSED GLASS LAMP, deep emerald green, ring and ellipse font with hexagonal base, smooth base, 7 ½"H, original pewter collar with double tube burner, about mint (two TINY base edge flakes). New England Glass Company, C.1850, rare color.

 6984

BLOWN GLASS SPARKING LAMP

SOLD!

BLOWN GLASS SPARKING LAMP, colorless, conical font with drawn knopped stem and applied solid glass foot, pontil scar, 3 ¾"H, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. American, 1830-1850.

 6557

PAIR OF SANDWICH PRESSED LACY GLASS CANDLESTICKS

SOLD!

PAIR OF PRESSED LACY GLASS CONDLESTICKS, clear flint glass, lacy socket number one wafered to pressed four-step square base, pontil scars, 5 ¼"H, as constructed with typical base edge roughness and crazing. Blown at the Boston and Sandwich Glass Works, Sandwich, MA, 1828-1835.


5318

RARE NEW ENGLAND GLASS CO LAMP - BLOWN, MOLDED FONT AND FANCY STEPPED BASE

SOLD!

WHALE OIL LAMP, clear flint glass, blown-molded font attached with a four-ringed wafer to a stepped octagonal pressed base, pontil scar, 8"H, tooled mouth, a mint lamp with some base edge roughness as is typical of the pressing process. American, probably blown at the New England Glass Company, Cambridge, MA, C. 1850, extremely rare.

5318

FRESHLY FOUND BLOWN AND PRESSED WHALE OIL LAMP

SOLD!

WHALE OIL LAMP, clear flint glass, blown-molded font attached with a three-ringed wafer to a square, stepped pressed base, pontil scar, 7 1/8"H, tooled mouth with original two-wicked burner marked "Patent", a mint lamp with some base edge roughness as is typical of the pressing process. American, 1820-1840.

 3472

SCARCE FORM WHALE OIL LAMP WITH DRAWN FOOT AND APPLIED HANDLE

 SOLD!

WHALE OIL LAMP, (similar to McK & Wilson Plate#189, No. 11), clear flint glass, blown saucer shaped font with drawn foot and applied handle, pontil scar, 3"H, tooled rim, mint. American, C. 1840, scarce form.

 3465

MINT SAUCER-SHAPED WHALE OIL LAMP

 SOLD!

WHALE OIL LAMP, (similar to McK Plate 189, # 1), clear, saucer shaped font with applied knop stem and a circular foot, pontil scar, 3 3/4"H, tooled mouth, mint. American, 1820-1840, scarce.

 3258

SCARCE MINT WHALE OIL LAMP

 SOLD!

WHALE OIL LAMP, (similar to McK Plate 189, # 1), clear, saucer shaped font with applied knop stem and a circular foot, pontil scar, 3 1/4"H, tooled mouth, mint. American, 1820-1840, scarce.

 3421

SANDWICH CORSET WAISTED HANDLED LAMP WITH ORIGINAL COLLAR & BURNER

SOLD!

HANDLED LAMP WITH ORIGINAL BRASS COLLAR AND THREADED BURNER, clear flint glass, corset-waisted octagon with applied handle, smooth base, 5"H, mint. American, probably blown at the Sandwich Glass Works, Sandwich, MA, C. 1850, scarce.

 2998

RARE FREEBLOWN AQUAMARINE FLUID LAMP - MINT

 SOLD!

FREEBLOWN FLUID LAMP, aquamarine, bell formed with applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 6"H x 3 1/4"D, sheared mouth fitted with period brass collar and a twin fluid burner, mint. American, probably blown at a New Jersey or New York State Glass Works, C. 1850, rare.

 2435

PONTILED WHALE OIL LAMP - PRESSED MULTI-TIERED PEDESTAL & LIGHT BULB FORMED FONT

SOLD!

WHALE OIL LAMP, colorless, square pressed base with multi-tiered pedestal, wide ringed knopf and free blown light bulb form font, pontil scar, 8 3/4"H x 3 ¼"W, tooled mouth, about mint (several flat base edge flakes and typical mold roughness). American, 1825-1840.

 2105

PONTILED WHALE OIL LAMP - LIGHT BULB FORMED FONT

SOLD!

WHALE OIL LAMP, colorless, square, two tiered pressed glass base with a wide ringed knopf and a blown light bulb form font, pontil scar, 8"H, tooled mouth, about mint (numerous flat base edge flakes and typical mold roughness). American, 1825-1840.

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