Hi I have a pair of oil lamps with castiron wall brackets and lamp holders all painted gold. They have the reflectors. The only markings I could find was Eagle on the lamps. could you give me some information and value if possible Thank you Irv. July 13th, 2009 at 4:20 pm Faye Dillard Says: Saucer lamps initially were made by hand-molding but were later wheel-thrown. These lamps employed a free-floating wick until the Middle Bronze Age when saucer lamps with nozzles in the form of pinched or folded rims appeared in Egypt and the Syrio-Palestinian area.
The top shade of a Gone with the Wind lamp will usually be round and must match the shade on the bottom. Gone with the Wind lampshades can have painted details, such as ivy or flowers, but can also be plain. Gone with the Wind lamps were made in all sorts of colors. Values for Gone with the Wind lamps depend on color, condition, and rarity.