Looking for a unique lighting option with a lot of decorative potential? Check out my collection of antique parlor lamps. You'll be mesmerized with their colourful glass lampshades and elaborate bases. Some of them are oil lamps! Jump below to see the selection of my best designs.
Reserved For Ann Vintage Hurricane Lamp
This antique parlour lamp enchants with its ornate finishing, being a handcrafted masterpiece originating from around 1972. It stands 25 inches high, the top globe is about 15 inches wide and the bottom is about 12.
Beautiful Antique Victorian Parlor Gone With The Wind Lamp
A stunning wind lamp that will add that dash of antique appeal for your interior and grace it with the charming floral patterns hand painted on the glass structure of the shade. It comes in an original shape and will complete any decor instantly.
Vintage Victorian Gone With The Wind Parlor Oil Electric Rose Milk Glass Lamp
If you are fan of movie "Gone with the wind", this table lamp inspired of this film and other Victorian oil lamps is dedicated special for you. It has brass, sculptural frame and ceramic lampshade with hand-painted flowers.
Create the romantic and lovely atmosphere in your bedroom and choose this triple lamp, which reminds me of the Gone with The Wind. The roses on glass shades are hand painted and finished by the gold.
Antique Parlor Lamp
A fabulous example of an antique parlor lamp, which enchants with its ornately-shaped, antique brass base. The core of the lamp enchants with its floral adornments, creating a very gentle overall appeal.
Anyone can introduce a bold hint of romance to their space: this antique parlor lamp showcases meticulously painted floral rose pattern and gold footed base, a design well known from Gone With The Wind movie.
Unique table lamp mounted on richly decorated base made of brass. Glass lampshade is finished with floral theme. Elegant design for each room according to taste and need.
Every home needs lighting, and if you're a person who likes accessories from days gone by that are fancy, consider antique parlor lamps to accent your interior. These pieces also say something about lighting history.
Although oil lamps are prehistoric, even when Victoria began her long reign as Queen of the British Empire in 1837, people in the U.S. were using them and candles to illuminate their homes.
In order to keep the flame from going out, the lamp's burner was surrounded by a glass or ceramic chimney. By the late 1860s, lamps that used kerosene were also in wide use. No matter what the fuel source, people embraced these lamps because they combined decorative touches with practicality.
Antique parlor lamps that have two or three globes/glass sections are often called "Gone With the Wind" lamps now. Despite the fact that they are named for the 1939 film, they were popular from 1890 to 1910. The lowest globe held the fuel reservoir.
Other lamps of this era had a single glass or ceramic shade. During the Civil War era and the Victorian period, the parlor was the room where most people entertained their guests. Homeowners spent all the money they could afford to furnish it. The finest examples of these lamps were made using top-shelf materials and embellishments, including:
Contemporary lamps in this style use electricity, and they can fit into the style of many rooms. They are available in uncolored glass and in glass of blue, pink, white, off-white, green and other colors. Accents on the lamps are often in brass.
Antique parlor lamps fit into a space that's furnished in the Victorian style, of course, but since today’s interior designers go for eclectic pairings, consider putting one in a contemporary room. Think living room, dining room or bedroom. Don’t forget your bathroom either. You could also put it in on a table in your entrance hallway. Wherever you have your home office or space for working on craft projects, think about putting it there too. Since they are artfully made, why not place them near artwork?
Antique parlor lamps make great gifts. They are ideal for someone who's interested in the history of the Victorian era and the Civil War. A hunter will probably enjoy a lamp with elks painted on it. The person you know who carefully tends his or her rose garden is likely to appreciate a lamp with roses on it.
Lighting usually takes a backseat to other aspects of decorating. It's essential, however. With careful consideration, antique parlor lamps can be a part of almost any well-designed living space.
Fenton Gone With The Wind Lamp Painted Roses With Lion Head
An antique masterpiece in shape of a beautiful parlor lamp that sparkles with a lion head design and hand-painted blooming roses. The "Gone with the Wind" lamp also holds a clear glass hurricane that is almost entirely hidden in the milk glass ball shade.
The Victorian decorated parlor lamp has got the floral print with pastel colors. The ball shade is hand painted, and the brass drop-in font with embossed scroll pattern on the base, creates the pretty product.
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This large Burmese Melon Hand Painted bird lamp enchants with its art nouveau character. A delighting proposition for all, who like the antique or oriental design.
Antiques inherited from the ancestors or searched at the flea market will add an arrangement of authenticity.The matte blue glass is a great base for hand-made paintings on the presented antique parlor lamp,which additionally is based on a brass extruded base.
A luxury antique kerosene lamp having a squarish foot, handles, a tank crown and a burner of gold finished metal with intricate ornaments. An oval tank and a spherical lampshade are of glass painted in greens and purples. A chimney is of clear glass.
Gone with the Wind Lamp - very similar to mine but the flowers are bigger on this one.
A classic example of a white electric antique parlor lamp with a double candle and inspired by the Gone with the Wind style. The Victorian age also has its mark here. Hand-painted in green flowers ceramic lampshades along with a cast-iron base.
Why not go for a piece of traditional looks and appeal with this stunning cut glass oil lamp? It offers a truly breathtaking and antique styled look and will illuminate your interior instantly with the warm glow of light.
The beautiful design in antique styling makes this captivating antique parlor lamp delight. The lovely flower motif on the milky white lamp impresses with the gold finish. The slim form captivates.
Having an antique brass base, this wind parlor lamp is beautifully adorned with scenes of elf on landscape background. A wonderful proposition for all, who like traditional or rustic decors.
Stylish table lamp decorated with floral theme. It is made of metal and glass. Elegant addition to the bedroom as night lamp or additional source of light in others interiors.
The inventor of the oil lamp was a Polish chemist Ignacy Łukasiewicz. But such antique parlor lamps are found all over the world-as in the form of this stylish, with a round ball, reminiscent of a snowball in shades of blue, analogous basis and brass elements.
Antique Gone with The Wind Lamp Grapes Design Satin Glass | eBay
Victorian Library Or Parlor Lamp Brass
A stunning antique pull chain switched table lamp of brass. Its square base and tall angular tapered pillar with a cone finial feature intricate floral patterns. A dome-like lampshade feature floral motifs and a curved bottom edge with fringes.
If you are looking for some really original lamps, check out this Victorian Kerosene one. This tall table lamp comes from around 1870 to 1890. Its detailed, ornate finishing will create a fabulous appeal.
Coral, warm shade of powder pink - also associated with Victorian ladies, who for hours nodded their noses. This color adorns this antique parlor lamp with painted flowers and gilded elements around the glass sphere and base.
A glamorous example of the antique kerosene lamp. Featuring lovely sky blue beads, slacking from the antique brass corpus, it will create a romantic glow, embellishing every classic interior.
Absolutely Gorgeous 1900s Electric Gone Wind Parlor Lamp
Beautiful parlor lamp - it is a mid-1900s electric reproduction. This is an white figured glass stylised on carved marble. This would make a wonderful addition to an office, sitting room, or just to add to your collection.
261: Victorian hanging parlor lamp
The beautiful design of this antique lamp combines porcelain floral elements with solid brass consoles that delight. Nice gold details add to the elegance and unique style that will perfectly match the antique interior design.
Very RARE Gone with The Wind Oil Kerosene Old Banquet Parlor Victorian Lamp made by the Pittsburgh Lamp Brass Co. Hand painted ground and applied transfer decoration of Crocus | eBay
Exquisite French Gold Bronze Crystal Floor Lamp from antiquingwithpamela on Ruby Lane
Antique 31" H Table Lamp with Bell Shade
A truly stunning piece if you're looking for a nice way to add an antique-like look in your apartment, this table lamp with bell shade will prove to be a top-notch solution. Being both beautiful and classy, it provides a nice addition to any setting.
3 Tier Gone with The Wind Banquet Lamp Brand New GWTW | eBay
Antique crystal lamp | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
This 1800's masterpiece flashes with antique elegance and graceful silhouette, giving you a striking decoration in shape of the wind oil lamp with hand-painted roses. It holds a clear glass hurricane, almost entirely hidden in the greenish glass ball shade.
I was looking for a sophisticated product to my bedroom. I purchased this antique parlor lamp with fringes on the edges of the shade. The light pink color and dark base, create the Victorian accent piece.
Red Glass with Bullseyes Gone with the Wind Oil Lamp Converted to from crossroadsantiques on Ruby Lane
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Gwtw Antique Parlor Banquet Kerosene Iris Oil Old Victorian Vintage 19 C Lamp
A rare piece of antique masterpiece that can be a real treat for collectors. Circa 1895-1915, the old Victorian lamp contains all its authentic parts except for the chimney, which is made of modern glass. It's not electrified, and it still has an original flame spreader.
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Antique Parlor Lamp Base GWTW Hand Painted Electric 14 x 28 Victorian Works | eBay
Fenton Gone With The Wind Lamp Satin Rose Glass Vintage
Bring some old-fashioned accents to your home by using this "Gone with the Wind" table lamp. Its vintage design includes a lovely base with beautiful metalwork, and a milk shade and body - both decorated with hand-painted roses.
Hurricane Yellow Roses Lamp Gone with The Wind Light Mid Century Elegant | eBay
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