Lovely lamp Jean, couldn´t be better :thumbup:!
Well done Michel :thumbup:! Looks fine now!
Nice lamp and shade Jean. This pretzel shade is very good looking and is
truly "the icing on the cake" !
Thank you Tony and Jeff!
Here is my last lamp restoration for 2019. This is "The Bystrom Arc Lamp Design Nr.5" from the Bystrom Gas Lamp Co. in Chicago. This...
Great job on that early beautiful lamp, Matt :thumbup:
Nice shades too! Kind of odd angled "on/off" fiber knob.
I recon it is original?
Nice lamp head, Michel!
I think you may have a burner head from Maurice Juchat. The Juchat & Corre lamps were marked with
the "butterfly" on the...
Hi Alex, @MrAlexxx
The heater/parabolic radiator you have is a rebranded French "Ultimus" heater.
I have one example myself and you...
Thanks Neil for that information. Most likely some connection between Gloria and Feyer!
Here is a rare bird from Spain, the Feyer S.Y C. table lamp made in Barcelona.
This company is unknown to me and probably to most...
AB Keros Södertälje/Sweden, was from 1903 a subsidiary company to AB Lux, Lilla Essingen in Stockholm. They were probably the largest...
A very fine and rare lamp Michel. The burner inspiration from US is obvious. Nice original 307 shade on this lamp.
Please tell me where to find...
Yes I saw that; just a cross. like that…..
I can´t buy me a "humidificateur" :doh:, as I can´t find any. Maybe you can get me tip...
Thanks all, and thanks Michel for that update!
It is always nice having a positive image confirmation.
So a humidifier as on the Cobra radiator....
This is the "Le Merveilleux" radiator/heater from around 1930 and made by the French company
"Etablissements Teissier" in Paris. This is...
@Lê Viết Hoà
You need a mantle. Search eBay for "Aladdin upright mantles". You also need a hook to hang the
mantle on. You can fix that yourself...
Hello, and welcome to this forum. You have a French Boler type burner lamp. This burner type comes from patents from
the French inventor, Louis...
Congrats Johan to a fine and rare lamp! Here´s a catalogue image. Unfortunately I can´t date it!
@WimVe Wim - here´s an Austrian HS patent. Maybe easier for you to read German than French ;):).
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