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    Blue Glass Oil Lamp

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    Details

    • How Sold: Each
    • Style: Victorian
    • Usually Ships In: 2-5 business days
    • Material: Glass
    • Finish: Blue
    • Includes: Complete Lamp

    Vintage Glass Table Lamp

    Size
    • Overall Height: 19-1/2 "
    • Font Diameter: 6-1/2"
    • Takes a 7/8" width wick, included
    • Type: Oil burning
    • Holds up to 40 oz. of lamp-oil, not included

    Blue Glass Oil Lamp makes a beautiful addition to any room. Embossed princess feather pattern and crimp top chimney set this lamp apart from plainer styles.  This blue glass oil lamp is a natural indigo color blending with many color schemes. It is reproduced to match a popular Victorian era pattern glass lamp.

    This blue glass oil lamp is estimated to burn for nearly 80 hours, It is easy to use and a great source for emergency lighting. The burner is brass plated with a cotton wick. The large font holds up to 40 ounces. This oil lamp burns approximately 0.5 ounces of lamp-oil per hour.

    Oil Lamp Guide

    • Only use "lamp oil" as a fuel source. Other oil types can cause fires and/or damage oil burners.
    • Leave at least a ½ inch of head-space when filling up your oil lamp.
    • Keep lamp reservoir half full so that wick stays properly saturated
    • Oil lamps burn approximately ½ ounce of lamp oil per hour.
    • Trim off charred edge of wick after every couple uses. If charred residue is not kept trimmed, wick will likely smoke and provide dim light.
    • Replace lamp chimney once lamp is lit to protect flame from drafts.
    • Caution: A burning oil lamp should not be left unattended. Lamps should be placed out of the reach of children.
    • burns approximately 0.5 ounces of lamp-oil per hour.  

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