Danforth Pewter Tree House Oil Lamp – Traditional and Vintage Style Oil Lamps For Indoor Use – 6” High With Glass…

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The Tree House Oil Lamp is the smaller companion of the Lodge and Cabin lamps. The Tree House stands 6″ high with its glass chimney
Each Danforth oil lamp comes in a gift box with a care card, instructions and brief Danforth story
Holds approximately 4 ounces of oil, burning at approximately 3 hours per ounce (based on smokleses liquid paraffin oil)

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The Tree House Oil Lamp is the smaller companion of the Lodge and Cabin lamps. The Tree House stands 6″ high with its glass chimney. Each Danforth oil lamp comes in a gift box with a care card, instructions and brief Danforth story. Holds approximately 4 oz. of oil. Oil burns at approximately 3 hours per ounce (based on our smokeless liquid paraffin oil.) Pewter is an alloy of tin, copper and antimony and has been prized for centuries for its beauty and durability. The Danforth family started working in pewter in 1755, when Thomas Danforth !! opened a pewter workshop in Middletown in the colony of Connecticut. In the mid 1700’s, Thomas and other members of the Danforth family used lion touchmarks to identify their work. Two hundred twenty years later, Fred (great-great-great-great grandson of Thomas) and Judi Danforth revived the family tradition by founding Danforth Pewter in Vermont. Today, the lion touchmark represents the heritage of excellence in design and craftsmanship embodied in every piece we make. Using your Danforth Oil Lamp: For the highest performance of your oil lamp we recommend: 1.Before filling the lamp with fuel, be sure the chimney fits the burner snugly: the chimney should be held firmly but should not require more than moderate pull to remove it. If necessary, adjust the prongs by gently bending them in or out. 2.Remove the chimney and unthread the burner from the lamp. Fill the lamp about 2/3 full with lamp oil. DO NOT OVERFILL! Rethread the burner and allow at least 15 minutes for the wick to absorb the oil. After lighting, adjust the wick height so that it is just high enough to hold a flame. 3.Replace the chimney, being carful to keep the glass out of the direct flame. Warning: Be sure glass is completely cooled before cleaning the lamp chimney or it may shatter.
The Tree House Oil Lamp is the smaller companion of the Lodge and Cabin lamps. The Tree House stands 6″ high with its glass chimney
Each Danforth oil lamp comes in a gift box with a care card, instructions and brief Danforth story
Holds approximately 4 ounces of oil, burning at approximately 3 hours per ounce (based on smokleses liquid paraffin oil)
The Danforth family started working in pewter in 1755, when Thomas Danforth II opened a pewter workshop in Middletown in the colony of Connecticut. In the mid 1700’s, Thomas and other members of the Danforth family used lion touchmarks to identify their work. Two hundred twenty years later, Fred (great-great-great-great grandson of Thomas) and Judi Danforth revived the family tradition by founding Danforth Pewter in Vermont
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