Restoration Blanchard wall lamp 850

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  1. rollschmidts

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    Hello friends of the light, I am happy that I have brought a wall sconce Blanchard back to life, through the help here in the forum that has become possible, thanks for that! There was a lot to do. The tank was badly damaged and had to be cleaned with a sandblast and closed with a flap. The burner has holes that need to be closed. The nozzle with the cleaning needle must be renewed, the mixing tube is also defective. My lamp friend A.Peuker gave me a glass. Thanks Andreas! Seals, etc., must be replaced. But now it seems wonderful. Here are the pictures. I wish you all a nice evening.

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  2. Andreas Peuker

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    Hallo Roland,

    sehr schön! Glückwunsch! SAUBERE ARBEIT!:clap::clap::clap:

    Very Nice! Good Job, Roland!

    Gruß Andreas
     
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    Well saved!:thumbup::clap::clap::thumbup:
     
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    My friend

    Nice lamp


    ////Fernando
     
  6. pete sav

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    Well done Roland some serious fettling there and a difficult challenge
    Well done pete
     
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    @rollschmidts
    Wow! there were some serious cracks.
    You have done an excellent job getting this one going.
    Congratulations :clap:
     
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    Amazing job :clap: :thumbup:
     
  10. James K

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    A beautiful lamp.
    Looks like you had to earn it, but well worth the effort.
    Top job and well done.
     
  11. rollschmidts

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    Danke Ihnen allen für die Komplimente. Ich arbeite immer noch an einer Hängelampe. Ich werde später darüber reden.
    Vielen Dank !
     
  12. Clyde Boyd

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    Hey Roland
    That's a beautiful lamp, and a lovely repair job. Seems the worse they are, the more we enjoy bringing them back to life.
    Clyde
     
  13. WimVe

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    Hoi Roland,

    Nice job.
    How did you manage to get the tank repaired ?
     
  14. rollschmidts

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    Hello Vim, I have made a patch made of brass sheet to the contours of the container and then soldered.
     

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