Vermont Lanterns Brass Mini XL 7" - Small Oil Lamp (Antique Brass)
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- Small Oil Lamp 7" tall 3" wide, Solid Brass.
- Wick size: 1/2" Flat Wick - Burn Time: 8 hours
- A perfect blend of form and function our oil lamps add to any decor, as well as being fully operational for ambient and emergency lighting
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- Authentic Vermont Lanterns® is a Registered Trademark with the USPTO, and branded onto each piece.
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Wonderful and unique table accent lighting. Our mini XL Oil lanterns work anywhere. Using the same base as the other mini oil lamps, the XL series uses a 1/2" wick for more light output. Great for ambient and emergency lighting.
Small in size, the brass Mini XL can fit almost anywhere, and the classic style of this lantern can brighten up any room.
Solid brass construction, comes with a wick installed, and glass chimney. 7" tall with the glass, 3" in diameter at the base. Burns standard Lamp Oil or Kerosene.
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Top customer reviews
They are reasonably well made for the price. The bottom is pretty solid and they don't rock when set on a flat surface. I do have a very slight issue with the way the glass fits into the base, it can be difficult to clear all of the holders as they are small and easily bent. Not bent as in creased, they are just thin and easily moved.
They do not tolerate much of a breeze. This is due to the design of chimney holder. My other lamp can hold up to just about any wind that I'm comfortable sitting outside in. The base of that lantern has a solid vertical section at the bottom that helps to keep the wind from getting into the chimney, but provides enough space for air to be drawn in by the flame. In the Vermont Lanterns unit, the small holders have gaps between them that the air from even a light breeze can travel through and into the chimney, causing the flame to flutter and eventually go out.
I have found that this is common in most of this style of lantern, and is only an issue when lamps are in a breeze. I bought a larger lantern before I bought these that had the same problem, and now that I know what to look for find it in most of this style.
I would only buy these again if I only intended to use them indoors. I will continue my search for oil lamps of this style that can hold up to a moderate breeze outside. Hurricane lamps may be my only answer if I can't discover the manufacturer of my original lamp.