3 edition of Student lamps of the Victorian era found in the catalog.
Student lamps of the Victorian era
Richard Corven Miller
|Statement||Richard C. Miller, John F. Solverson.|
|Contributions||Solverson, John F.|
|LC Classifications||NK6196 .M55 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|ISBN 10||0915410877, 0915410869|
|LC Control Number||93120128|
- Explore oil88lamps's board "oil lamps & parts" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Oil lamps, Kerosene lamp and Antiques pins. 'S MANHATTAN BRASS COMPANY STUDENT LAMP BURNER 's fancy nickle-over-brass kerosene oil Manhattan Brass Company student lamp burner. Please reference Dr. Miller's book 'Student Lamps of the Victorian Era', p plate Complete and correct with wick chase sleeve intact, excellent working condition and ready to use.
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I offer for your consideration, a Bradley & Hubbard 19th century student lamp with all the fancy trimmings which has never been electrified. Please refer to Richard Miller's Student Lamps of the Victorian Era book, Pl Figure 71 for an example of this lamp. It is often called the Crushed Acorn pattern. Item Details. An antique Victorian Student lamp. This student lamp features a ring finial and center pole. The light displays a center arm with a decorative oil bowl and .
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Student Lamps of the Victorian Era by Richard C. Miller (Author), John Solverson (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. 5/5(2). There were dozens of manufacturers of student lamps, the most popular being Wild & Wessel, Plume & Atwood, E.
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Richard Miller Lamps©. Student Lamps To read more about these fascinating lamps, please visit the Reference Book page. Some signed copies of Richard's book "Student Lamps of the Victorian Era", now out-of-print, are still available in softcover and limited edition hardcover.
See "Student Lamps of the Victorian Era" by Miller & Solverson for an almost identical Double Student Lamp, pg, fig Miller identifies his lamp as an Edward Miller & Company but my lamp is very slightly different in the shape and design of the Oil Reserve Tank and it came with Plume & Atwood Burners and a Carry Loop that is like those on.
DTC Among the bright spots is a new soft-cover book, "Student Lamps of the Victorian Era," by Richard C. Miller and John F. Solverson (Antique Publications, $31 postpaid from Mr. Miller, East. The book is titled: "Student Lamps of the Victorian Era" by Richard C. Miller and John F. Solverson.
This book is out of print. It was copyrighted in The book has pages and measures 11 by 8 1/2 inches. There are full sized single and double lamps shown and. - Cornucopia Harvard Type Student Oil Lamp - $ This is a old 's 's student oil lamp called cornucopia.
This lamp is pictured in the Solverson - smith student oil lamp book page Book is called student lamps of the victorian era. The book is a very good reference is a very heavy cast metal oil lamp with no holes drilled no stress cracks, not for sure if. Welcome to the wonderful world of miniature Victorian era glass lamps.
This beautiful reference book is sure to capture your fancy with photographs and descriptions of nearly late 19th century miniature oil lamps that have not appeared in publications before. Many are variations of lamps that have not been documented until : The Paperback of the Student Lamps of the Victorian Era by Richard C.
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Richard Miller and John Solverson point out in their book "Student Lamps of the Victorian ERA" these lamps were known in Europe as "Reading Lamps" and in England as the "Queen's Reading Lamp." The lamps were generally 7" and 10" and came in both single and double lamps.
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Let’s get started!. Another example is illustrated in Richard Miller's book, "Student Lamps of the Victorian Era", figure 66 of plate # The lamp has all of its parts in original oil configuration, including the round wick.
It has never been drilled or altered for electricity. As did the better lamps, it has a weighted base to prevent tipping.(shelved 14 times as victorian-era) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving.Nobody did crime like the Victorians: New book looks at the sinister side of the era.
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