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Early Grease Oil Pan "Betty" Lamp
Lovely example of a late 18th, early 19th century blacksmith made double pan lamp.
The design can also be seen referenced in numerous volumes on early country furnishings as the style, design and function made is a common choice for early illumination needs.
The two-pan example allowed this piece to save fuel.
The top pan would have been filled with grease or oil with the wick laid through the curved channel.
While burning, spilt over fuel would be collected in the bottom pan and reused (also allowed the piece to be cleaner burning as well).
Includes the original hanging hook with twist decoration.
Fine piece of early iron lighting measuring approximately 6 1/2" (not including hook) with hook 11" long.

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  • Vintage item from the 1700s
  • Materials: iron, metal, oil lamp
  • Only ships within United States.
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