Two Pressed Glass Oil Lamps.
Two pressed colorless glass ‘bullseye and fleur-de-lys’ oil lamps with shades, probably Canadian, the Dominion Glass Company, Montreal, 1913-25. Height of tallest without shade 9 1/2 inches, now fitted for electricity.
Literature: Discussed and illustrated in Catherine M. Thuro, Oil Lamps: The Kerosene Era in North America, pp. 92-93 and p. 270, b & c.