ASSORTED CUT GLASS PEG LAMPS, LOT OF FOUR, colorless globular-form fonts, each with a near matching pattern of elongated concave diamonds and ovals, period brass collars. Pegs with brass sleeves and metal spring tabs. Three examples fitted with a period Argand-style slip burner, including a Plume & Atwood Victor, F. T. Sale, and A & P Gaudard. Each fitted in a brass candlestick with push-up mechanism and octagonal-form base, assorted forms including a pair of English bee-hive and diamond-band rings. Fonts fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century. 13" to 13 7/8" HOA to top of collars.
Lamps in very good condition, some expected minor wear/roughness. One peg sleeve lacking some spring tabs. One burner with some splits, remaining undamaged. One candlestick with inoperable push-up mechanism, each with some scattered minute imperfections.
Provenance: From the Bob and Margie Skromme lifetime collection, Celina, OH.