Welcome, I see that warnings for bugs and getting a hoarder is to late.
They screw on a gas lamp fitting:
If I remember well the ceramic nozzle screw into a thin brass tube. I used one from a Graetzin indoor...
Depends on the size of the thread.
Gas burners like these normally don't fit.
My bad it is case sensitive !
It finds liotard but not liotard lilor or just lilor.
Lilor works however.
Welcome to the forum.
Is there a number scrathed on the bottom of those lanterns?
lilor I don't get a hit.
Manchon is valid
as is eclairage
Wow, a lot of stuff.
Try searching on known names like (ctrl F = search) tito landi
Normally the chipping of enamel, which is almost pure glass, happens due to fast heating and cooling down.
The metal part simply expands faser...
That is different, nice lamp.
With a W in the name it can be a Workhorse.
Metal car parts are normally way thinner then a pressure bowl of our lamps.
I doubt if you can get enough pulling/pushing power into it.
Good job !
And another one:
With some pictures:
Ha ha, been there seen it....
Good lantern and very nice retauration.
Thanks, I forgot also the area that Reinhard found, that may help us.
Maybe some mild wire wool may give a better view.
May I suggest that your friend takes a sharp close up of these areas ?
But why no markings on the tank ?
The picture also shows the hood latches at the same 90 degree angle to the bail.
And I think...
Welcome on this forum.
Do you also collect lamps ?
Separate names with a comma.