Products tagged with Early American Lighting
Go back in time with this Pressed Back Oil Lamp. Oil Lamps were used in the mid 19th century when whale oil was more readily available. Utilizing cotton wicks with the oil allowed for a more consistent flame & could be refilled with available whale oil.
This beautiful Iron Hogscraper Lamp Candlestick was designed using the candlesticks of the forefathers from the 18th & 19th centuries from those made of iron, tin and brass in England. 40 watt bulb recommended. Measures 10.5"H x 4" W.
Step back in time and see the glow on your walls with the Kerosene Wall Sconce Lamp. This is a small and simple sheet iron kerosene wall lamp with glass globe, from the 19th to early 20th century, was copied to include pressed star detail. (7 watt)
GREAT VALUE! This Farmhouse with Sheep Pottery Lamp is from the studios of David T. Smith's Turtle Creek Pottery. A true heirloom! This handmade collector's lamp is sure to be an heirloom in your home. Shade included.
You'll love this Fireside Lantern handcrafted In Pennsylvania, USA, by the country's leading primitive & early America craftsmen. Perfect sitting in your favorite nook or hanging in your home. Comes wired with one candelabra socket, 25 watts max.