Prairie Peddler Antiques
Early Lighting


TIN OIL LAMP. Nice early 19th century American tin whale oil lamp. Ovoid oil compartment with a wide slot for the wick and slide lid to open and close the hole to fill thru. Circular shaft with a finger ring to carry the lantern. Round edged square base tray. In very good condition with no holes and some very minor rust. Measures 7" tall and a base length of 6.5". Circa 1830.
FOR SALE @ $65.00

KEROSENE LANTERN. Fun, early 20th century tin kerosene double flood light lantern with reflector. Circular handled canister in back with a screw on cap to hold the kerosene while dual flame extensions, with original wicks protrude from the base in front of an arched reflector. All in original patina and in very good condition with no holes or breaks. Made to sit flat when filled with liquid or can be hung with a supplied loop. Measures 27.5" in width, 16.5" high and 16" deep.
FOR SALE @ $75.00

PAIR SMALL CANDLESTICKS. A very nice small pair of 19th century push-up brass candlesticks. Turned shafts of varying size design ending on a square bases with angled off corners. In very good condition with natural wear and working push-up underneath. No breaks or repairs. Each stick measures only 5.25" tall with a 2.75" square base. Circa 1840 to 1850
FOR SALE @ $55.00

BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Really nice pair of early 19th century brass candlesticks. Circular bobeches above gently turned bulbous shafts ending on square molded bases. Some deformities on the bobeches, and a small split under one, but overall condition of the pair is excellent. Each stick measures 9.25" in height with 3" x 3" bases. Circa 1800 to 1810.

FOR SALE @ $45.00