Early 19th Century Sandwich Glass Whale Oil Lamp

Early 19th Century Sandwich Glass Whale Oil Lamp


This is a free-blown and pressed glass whale oil lamp from the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company of Sandwich, Massachusetts, c. 1830. As a teenager I was able to visit the old Sandwich Glass Company Museum and found the styles, colors, and designs of their different types of lamps to be amazing. This is a 'simple'colorless glass lamp that has a free-blown top (with its original double burner) and a pressed glass base. A Sandwich glass lamp should be in very early lighting collection as it shows the wonderful workmanship of blown glass at an affordable price.

It is 8.5" tall x 4" wide.

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My living room 2018

Make sure to click on each picture to see the entire picture and its description! Finally! I have gotten a chance to take some pics of my home. Most of these pictures are of my living room that is set up as a lawyer's office from the early 1800s. (Yes! I am crazy!) This first pic is what you see when you walk into my living room and look to the right.