Roy's Kerosene Lamps and Karen's Depression Glass
Kerosene lamps come in all sizes, shapes, colors and values. Lamps can be classified in several ways. Lomax Lamps were named after the inventor who patented the oil guard drip edge. Duncan lamps were named after the glass company that manufactured them. Some are classified by their use: wall lamps, library lamps, etc. Most lamps, as the Bullseye lamp, are named after the patterns on the font. My collection includes a variety of types. So browse through my site and enjoy the wonderful world of the kerosene lamp.
I have been collecting lamps for over 30 years and now is the time to sell. Prices are listed next to each lamp. If not, please email for a price. Burners or chimneys are $5 extra. If you are interested in a lamp, please contact me to arrange payment and shipping. If you are interested in a lamp set, I will lower the price for each individual lamp.
Karen has been collecting depression glass for years and she is ready to sell.
Click on the link "Depression Glass" and go to Karen's list of glass patterns.
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Roy Carney Box 45, Spencertown, New York 12165 firstname.lastname@example.org