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Rare Anchor Hocking Early American Prescut EAPC Oil Lamp


Location: Dover, Delaware

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Listed here is a beautiful and rare oil lamp in the EAPC pattern by Anchor Hocking. This lamp is circa 1960. It is one of the most difficult items to find in this pattern. It has the Star of David design on the base. There are no chips, cracks, scratches or repairs that I can find. I'm no oil lamp expert, but this lamp does not appear to have been used. There are no signs of oil residue in the bowl. The wick looks new and unused. The wick extender knob works. The brass portion has a nice patina. The globe looks great and appears to be the original globe having the small balls or "candlewick" edge on the top. The globe tilts slightly on the base but it looks like the brass pins that hold it in place need to be adjusted. It measures 18" high with globe in place and 10 1/2" high without the globe. This piece is in magnificent condition and will be the highlight of your EAPC collection!!

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  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: Clear