The Consolidated Lamp & Brass Co.
Coraopolis, Pennsylvania

Overview: This rare "TULIP" Red Satin Patterned Art-Glass Night  Lamp with the Original Consolidated Collar & Nutmeg Burner Set stands 9-inches tall to the top of its 4 -inch floral shade. This lamp is easy to find in the red but very difficult to find in other color-ways.
(Smith I – Fig. 284)

Lamp has been completely restored by
The 19th Century Lighting Co.

Manufactured By: The Consolidated Lamp & Brass Co. of Coraopolis, Pennsylvania (formerly The Fostoria Shade & Lamp Company of Fostoria, Ohio) managed in the 1890’s famous glass color-man Nicholas Kopp Jr. & later by William Sergeant.  (Circa 1900 - 1915)   This beautiful & rare lamp has been restored to its pristine, original flawless condition and is a real show-piece.

Metalwork: Lamp retains its original brass collar & 3-piece “Nutmeg” brand, brass, Burner, Globe Ring & Chimney Holder, which has been completely restored to its original finish & luster. (Please note that we do not guarantee that this font, or any other font that we sell, will either hold oil/kerosene or that they will safely support combustion - the font is meant to be used for globe support & lamp component completeness only).  Night Lamp still retains all of its original & authentic metal components.  Still in oil, never electrified.

Original Colorways:  This lamp was originally produced in this Red Satin Patterned-Art-Glass as well as Celery Green Satin Art-Glass & Light Blue Satin Art-Glass versions.  Chimney is a modern replica-replacement.  Original Patterned Satin Art-Glass is in pristine restored condition.

       Item # C-RSAG-TULP-M    Call (517)-741-7383 for Price        Shipping and insurance extra.

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