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Steampunk Brass Torch Table Lamp - A Great piece of Steampunk lighting #1977

Steampunk Industrial Table / Desk Lamp

Add some steampunk style to any room with this unique blow torch brass table lamp! Constructed using an early 20th-century welding / soldering torch with a wooden handle and new electrical components. The table lamp stands at 20 inches tall and measuring 6 inches wide. At the top is a black steel lamp cage which houses a vintage style Edison bulb. An antique style braided black electrical cord finishes off the vintage look and feel of the lamp.

History:
The development of plumbers’ firepots, furnaces and soldering iron heaters roughly paralleled the introduction of blowtorches. Plumbers and roofers were dependent upon charcoal-fired firepots until the late 1870’s when firepots, using gravity-fed hydrocarbon fuels, were first marketed. The adoption of the use of liquid fuels was slowed by controversies regarding safety. By the late 1870’s, several companies offered gravity-fed products, including Burgess (1877), M.L. Hull (1878) and Dangler (1882). Firepots and furnaces using pressurized fuel tanks followed in the mid to late 1880’s. 

This lamp features a black steel cage with an Edison bulb.
An antique brass torch with a wooden handle.
An antique style black electrical cord.
The lamp stands 20 inches tall and 6 inches wide.

Wired for the USA and Canada using UL and / or CAE approved parts.

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