Ancient Brass kerosene Lamp

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Brass kerosene lamps were a popular lighting source in the 19th and early 20th centuries. They were made of brass, a durable and corrosion-resistant metal, and used kerosene as fuel. The lamps had a wick that was inserted into the kerosene and lit to produce a flame. The flame was then adjusted to control the brightness of the light. The oil lamps were portable and could be moved from room to room, making them ideal for use in homes and businesses that did not have electricity. They lamps were also used in outdoor settings such as camping and on boats. However, they had some drawbacks such as the need to refuel and the potential fire hazard, with the advent of electricity, the use of brass kerosene lamps declined. Nevertheless, brass kerosene lamps are still used today as decorative pieces, and are considered as a piece of history.

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  • Material: Brass
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