- Late 1600’s/Early 1700’s
- This 26″ tall, adjustable four-spout grease lamp is an extremely rare example of
Early American Lighting (dates from Colonial New England).
- A very talented blacksmith with an eye for functional simplicity created it to serve as either a floor or table lamp with one, two, three or all four bowls utilized as needed.
- The sturdy grease lamp itself is adjustable and held in place with the pin at the end of the chain.