Steampunk Industrial Floor Lamp, Steam Gauge, Oiler #902
This design is made to order and will take about 4 weeks to ship. Feel free to call to discuss options and rushed timelines if needed.
- Each lamp has a unique serial number and signed, (serial numbers can be tracked on our website)
- Copyrighted design, We will register this design with the copyright office as a work of art/sculpture
- Amazing antique piece of "Iconic" American steam gauge!
- Very nice vintage/antique steam gauge
- Open middle exposes the gears and inner brass workings,
- Writing on dial, "Edge Moor Iron Co., Edge Moor Del."
- Measures 14" across
- Bezel is brass and the dial is brass with a nickel finish
- Logo Dates to early 1900's
- The Edge Moor Iron Company was incorporated in Delaware in 1869 by Eli Garrett and William Sellers, a noted Philadelphia mechanical engineer. The company engaged in the manufacture of iron and steel bridges at a plant located on the Delaware River north of Wilmington. Among its more important projects were the deck of the Brooklyn Bridge, the second Rockville Bridge over the Susquehanna River, and the Kentucky River Bridge of the Cincinnati Southern Railroad.
- Antique Gear base is from an antique 1930's tractor
- This is the bull gear from an old Model "B" John Deere tractor
- JD, embossed into the top
- Antique brass oiler
- These old brass oilers would have been used to lubricate old steam engines
- Antique 1930's brass meter
- Industrial power on/off switch mounted on the back of the meter
- Assembled with various plumbing pipe fittings, some new and some old
- Stands ~67" tall, 26w x 12d very solid and well built, weighs about 77lbs
- Three wire power system, with approved connectors and wiring, with a ground wire added for safety