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Hanging Oil Lamp

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A hanging lamp spreads light into the darkest corner better than a table lamp can. This little beauty has a metal reflector that bounces light downward where it is needed most.
  • Sturdy steel construction is dark metallic gray
  • Font has classic embossed rope design
  • Smoke bell deflects heat
  • Ceiling hook and hanging chain not included
  • Wick 3/4"W
  • Lamp 13-1/2"H, lamp with frame 18"H
  • China
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HANGING OIL LAMP DESCRIPTION
"I love this lamp. I just received it today. I hung it over my sewing area, so I can now sew any time I want. It lights up the area very well. It was an excellent value, and looks very nice with my treadle sewing machine." --Nicole

"This was delivered and before I had a chance to unpack it, we lost power. Took it out of packing, filled it with oil, trimmed the wick and we were good to go! Lit our kitchen perfectly, and every now and then I just light it for fun. Loved the light it gives out and how it looks! Love this lamp!" --A Satisfied Lehman's Customer

Customer Reviews of Hanging Oil Lamp
Product Rating: 3.9 out of 5.0(41 reviews)
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- 6/1/2012
said: Nicole Goldwyn-Hicks
"I love this lamp. I just received it today. I hung it over my sewing area, so I can now sew any time I want. It lights up the area very well. It was an excelllent value, and looks very nice with my treadle sewing machine. Nicole in CA."
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- 5/31/2012
said: Heidi
"Not my favorite of our collection because the little look at the top gets too warm to pick up when it's time to blow it out. It is very sturdy for the price. We use it when the power goes out instead of nightly."
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- 4/17/2012
said: Karen
"I bought two of these within the past year. Was a little disappointed that they do not throw out as much light as my kerosene lanterns that they replaced in the kitchen. Perhaps if the underside of the shade was painted white? Like other observations here, one of my lamps flickers quite alot. They are more difficult to light than my lanterns, but much easier to extinguish. I expected more, but I like them. I have found that if you use clear lamp oil, you get a little spot light right under the lamp if you need to see something under more light than is in the room. I am totally off grid, so these lamps are my kitchen lights."
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- 3/25/2012
said: Jenn
"I purchased this to hang above my sink in the kitchen. I keep the light down low in the evenings and it's just the right light to fix a cup of coffee by. Turn it up 'til it smokes and back it off, and it's plenty of light to do dishes in the event of a power outage. Initially I had the flickering light problem, but after following another commenter's solution it's got a nice steady flame. Here's his suggestion: "Remove the top cone of the burner and with aluminum foil tape(the type used for ducting)close off the round air holes around the inside of the cone . The burner gets plenty of air from the lower slotted holes." I used plain ol' aluminum foil folded over instead and it worked perfectly."
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- 3/21/2012
said: Dan
"While we lived off-grid in TN, we used three of these lamps for 5 years. They look great, are easy to handle, and and are built to last. We're back on the grid but I'm buying another couple for those nights when the elctric lights just seem too...electric, if you know what I mean!"
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- 1/9/2012
said: Randall Keizer
"This light gives pretty good light. Use this light in my shed a lot. Note though use high grade lamp oil though. Can not use lower grades of oil or will smoke you out. Be very careful when removing the chimney. The burner easily comes off the glass base. I have two of these and use all the time. Would have given 5 lanterns instead of 4 if the burner stayed on better. All and all a great product."
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- 12/15/2011
said: Michael Gianola
"it's very pretty in person, and it casts an ambient warm light, but it's a pain to light it with the reflector shade on it, and it's a little lamp with a little burner that produces a small amount of light. This is not task or reading lighting at all. it flickers like a candle as well. it really left me disappointed and unimpressed. it is priced accurately, if you want a night light or something cute buy it, if you need light to cook by, wash dishes or read, look elsewhere."
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- 12/12/2011
said: Phil Doyle
"Looks very good from a few feet away. Doesn't work. Really unusable with kerosene. This lamp has the most erratic flame I've ever seen on a kerosene lamp, very poor fuel combustion. I tried controlling the intake air and combustion did not improve. I'm going to leave it hanging between the kitchen and breakfast room until I can replace it with one of Lehman's beautiful French hanging lamps."
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- 12/11/2011
said: L. O'Dell
"I used the metal tape idea described by another reviewer and found that it did improve the steadiness of the flame. It looks very nice hanging over my kitchen table. It's brightness was a little less than I had hoped for but it will work fine for power outages or romantic dinners! It was packed very carefully and arrived in perfect condition as usual."
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- 12/3/2011
said: Becky
"This is exactly what we were looking for for reading in our remote cabin. I'm hoping one above the chairs and one above the propane stove will allow us good, bright, quiet light. That it is visually pleasing, sturdily built, and was on sale when I bought it are all bonuses."
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