1930's Gas Station Lights

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1930's Gas Station Lights

4,750.00

This is a great looking gas station lamp, re-fitted to be used as a hanging light. These iron and enameled aluminum lamps can now be used as hanging lights with internal wiring and new sockets for use with modern bulbs. With the design of the fixtures, we think these lamps were once part of a lamp post used to illuminate a roadside gas station in the 1930's. At this time, two are available.

United States, early 20th century

20" H X 51" W X 20" D

Materials and Techniques: Enameled Aluminum Shades, Old Red Enamel Paint, Iron Stems, Wiring, Nuts & Bolts 

Condition: Good. This item has signs of wear and use as is normal for an older piece including: surface oxidization, rubbing.

Reference: E09008

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