Hi all, This is my example of the Gold Bros. table lamp. Most information of this lamp has already been given in Christer´s post. My lamp needed a good cleaning and I had to restore the NRV and fix a new cleaning needle. The original shade holder you can see in Christer´s post is probably difficult to reproduce, so I used a shade holder out of one for the Nulite 110 lamp. It works fine and the shade on this lamp is identical to the one I use on my BP Cleary lamp. The original shade was an opal egg shell shaped one. You can see that shade in an ad from the Ironmonger 1927. The lamp in the ad is branded "Defiant" by F. Francis & Sons Limited, but is for sure the Gold Bros. lamp (got the Ironmonger file from Neil, thanks). What also strike me is the similarities between this Gold Bros. lamp and the BP Cleary. They are both British made during a short period in the 20,s; they both applied for patents 1922/23 and although differences, both the exterior design as well as the burner design of these two lamps are very similar, too similar maybe to be coincidental. Both companies also had the same range of pressure items - lamp, stove and heater - and made similar marketing ads in the Ironmonger. All in all - a very solid build quality lamp I'm happy to include in my collection. /Conny Comparison BP Cleary (left )with the Gold Bros. lamp (right)!