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Parts to Make Your Own Olive Oil Lamp

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Nickel element fits in a jar or bowl. Braided 1/8"OD x 12"L round cotton wick.
  • Large elements fit in a pint or large jar. 4"H, 1-3/4"OD.
  • Small elements fit smaller jars or votive candle holders. 2-5/8"H, 1-1/4"OD
  • USA made

Note: Sorry, the elements for the Cabin Lamps are not available separately.



Customer Reviews of Parts to Make Your Own Olive Oil Lamp
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(5 reviews)
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- 2/17/2014
said: Karen Compton
"Great idea! Using quality olive oil with a little essential oil in it makes a great smelling oil lamp! I'm sensitive to regular lamp oil but this doesn't bother me a bit!"
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- 4/1/2012
said: Leeann
"Love these! Bright light, no fumes. Will be handy for camping and emergencies."
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- 5/11/2011
said: Diana
"My neighbor and I ordered this to try out together along with Olive Oil Book for each of us. We were sorry we didn't get two packages and will definitely be ordering more. These are amazing."
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- 2/4/2011
said: Beverly
"Works just as advertised...no smell. I love it!!!"
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- 2/10/2010
said: Patty
"Elements and wicks are great! I had tried making my own with wire and some spare fabric wick, but it was never quite right... These are a great improvement to my concoction. Fits perfectly in a pint-sized Ball glass jar. Only slightly annoying thing is that the coil seems to be a bit too wide for the wick so that when you first thread it through, it wants to keep slipping out the bottom. Once you get it lit, though, it's fine after that."
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