Wreath & Torch, Oil lamp Chimney, EAPC, Starburst #2
I am offering an old oil lamp chimney that has a design of what I believe to be Laurel leaves in a wreath shape and flanked by torches all in an applied white on the bulge area of the chimney in three panels. I believe that this is the design normally furnished with the Anchor Hocking Early American Prescut pattern, Sometimes called starburst or star of David. No damage, chips, cracks, and only very light wear apparent on the white in a very few places. No makers marks and do not really know its age, however most listings attribute it to the mid 1900s, or thereabout. Stands right at 9 1/4. The bulge is about 5 diameter and the base/fitter is right on 3. This is one of three that I am listing at this time. We are a non-smoking, pet-free home and item(s) has/have no noticeable odors, however, these were brought to us used from elsewhere a short time ago. I will always be willing to combine your multiple purchases to save shipping costs when feasible. Thank you very much for looking.