Oil Lamp Tanks
These small glass vessels have production dates roughly spanning between 1920 and 1980. They were used to contain the combustible in oil lamps. There are small variations in size and many in color and type of decoration. All are mouth-blown into a mold and have a rather high ratio of uniqueness. The original metal rings covering are not present on all specimens.
Other oil lamp parts, such as clear glass chimneys, burners and metallic bodies are available at All’Origine.
More details in the catalog.