19th Century Patterned Art Glass Chamber Lamps
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Between 1890 and 1920 the best kerosene lamps made were being manufactured by three of the premier lamp and glasshouses of the day: The Consolidated Lamp & Brass Company; The Pittsburgh Brass, Lamp & Glass Company; and The Fostoria Glass Glass Company. This book is the first to authenticate all of the patterns in art glass chamber lamps as well as to authenticate which manufacturer produced which patterns and when. It tells the history of each manufacturer as well as provides a compilation of over 300 full-color photos and over 100 black and white photos.
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