This 1890 Victorian luminaire features a silk shade bordered with long fringe. It’d look best in a cozy lounge or drawing room, as richly as a pricey statuette or an expensive statue or bric-a brac. This Victorian luminaire features a linen umbrella shade. This is called a 4 inches shade, however, the shade is 9 inches through the fringe. The 1890 lamp is made of hard rolled shiny brass. The Rochester Victorian luminaire was made in brass or oxidized silver. The funds detained for a quart of oil, enough for two long evenings in an 1890 Victorian parlor. The lamp was 10 1\/2 inches high to the top of burner, and had solid metal handles.
This 1890 Victorian luminaire is a Rochester Piano Extension or floor stand lamp. Where there was a piano in a Victorian parlor, one of those handsome lamps was almost a necessity. This model is all polished brass with a source Which contained a full quart, enough to burn for two long evenings. The lamp had a large size umbrella fringe shade with a brass skeleton shade holder and two chimneys. The shade was available in red, orange, yellow, blue, or pink. This Victorian light fixture is a Rochester Banquet Lamp. These lamps are taller Of the table than a regular table lamp, and are dressed with an umbrella silk shade with fringe.