Bré lamp table (production year ??)

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  1. Michel

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    Hi all
    here is an unknown Bré table lamp. Almost no paper from this Brand, so I am not able to tell you the first production year. This is a 250 CP power burner.
    You can see the fettling work here :
    http://0flo.com/index.php?threads/9463

    Conny have a parabolic heater of the same period.
    We can see the same fount and the porcelain handle.
    http://0flo.com/index.php?threads/5588

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  2. karli

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    Tres belle lampe :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
     
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    :thumbup: :thumbup: Nice to see it in function :D/ thanks for sharing this rare beast :D/

    Claus C
     
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    Well fettled! :thumbup:
     
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    Michel,

    A very nice Bre table lamp you´ve got there :thumbup:. I think production year is around 1930 as the tank and burner head is smilar, if not identical with the ca. 1930 (No. 130) Bre table of mine 41525[/ATTACH]
     
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  6. Michel

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    Conny
    The burner of your table lamp is strickly identical to this one on my lyre, but the shade. It is only missing the cleaning needle rod (and perhaps the needle holder and needle, I can't see)
    I agree with you 1929/30 is probably the first year production
    Many thanks, that is what i thought but ...
     
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    This burner have 4 intake air tubes, but one of them is clogged by a brass round plate. I think, in order to limit the power of the lamp to 250/300 CP.

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