ASSORTED CUT GLASS PEG LAMPS, LOT OF FOUR, colorless globular-form fonts, comprising a pair with three bands of punty and cross-bar pattern; and two examples with stars and oval cuttings, period brass collars including three Taplin-Browns. Pegs with brass sleeves and metal spring tabs. Each fitted with a period Argand-style slip burner, including a Plume & Atwood Victor and E. Miller & Co. Non-period colorless slip chimneys. Each fitted in a brass candlestick with push-up mechanism. Fonts fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century. 10 3/4" to 14 1/2" HOA to top of collars.
Three fonts undamaged, one star and oval font with several minute pattern flakes, two collars with light splits. One burner with some light denting, remaining burners and chimneys undamaged. Candlesticks with scattered minute imperfections, one example lacking push-up knob.
Provenance: From the Bob and Margie Skromme lifetime collection, Celina, OH.