CUT OVERLAY PUNTY AND OVALS KEROSENE BANQUET STAND LAMP, cobalt blue to colorless pyriform font, raised on a matching punty-cut stem and double-step marble base with gilt-brass ornamentation, brass connectors, No. 2 fine-line collar. Fitted with an E. F. Jones burner with shade ring, topped with a blue to colorless cut overlay ball-form shade with five rows of oval cuts, lip chimney. Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. and others. 1860-1880. 27" HOA, 20" to top of the collar, 6 1/4" SQ base.
Undamaged, a couple dents to the burner cap, typical minute roughness to the edge of the marble, some chipping to the fitter of the chimney. Typical roughness to the shade fitter, as made.
Literature: Parallels Barlow/Kaiser - The Glass Industry in Sandwich, p. 204, fig. 2345.
Provenance: The collection of David and Jan Anderson, Sargentville, ME.
Collector's Sales & Services, 2/19/00, lot 227.
Ex-collection of Scott Hambidge.