G'day all, @paul m I'd like to take the time to say thanks to paul m. Paul saw a post I made about a missing handle on a Kildark table lamp. Paul took the time out of his day to contact me and tell me he had a handle off a wrecked lamp. Today, as quick as a flash, the handle arrived from the UK and my lamp is now complete. So Paul - thanks mate, I appreciate it. When I opened the box and saw the handle for the first time, the colour took my eye. I'd not seen an off brown coloured handle before. I think the colour of the handle suits the lamp perfectly and I can understand why Kildark decided to use such a colour. In the photos, the handle looks a lot darker than it actually is. I've owned this lamp for about 12 months but had never really looked at it in earnest until a few days ago. Once I knew I had a handle coming, I decided it was time to fettle the lamp. The first thing that took my eye was the shade holder. Not a spec of rust nor a spot of the original paint is missing. After wiping the lamp down with a baby wipe, it became clear this lamp had never been used. The original lacquer is still on the burner, burner tubes and generator and of course, the rest of the lamp. I doubt the lamp has ever had fuel put in the fount. There is no odour of fuel at all. There are two downsides with the lamp. Firstly there are two small dents near the fuel cap, two dents that don't immediately take the eye. The dents are highlighted in the photo by the bright light out of shot. The shade that came with the lamp is an original shade to the lamp. Unfortunately it has been repaired in one area after a break. It is a well done repair but nonetheless a repair. These Kildark lamps are a beautiful lamp to look at - if you like the polished brass style. I know many members on here aren't fans of polished brass. There are two things on the lamp that aren't brass. The shade holder and the fuel valve rod. Here are some not so good photo's but are good enough for the Open Forum. Once again, thanks Paul.