THEME - GLASSWARE & ANTIQUES Bookmarked Bookmark Solve this jigsaw puzzle later ShareShare with your friends ReportReport as inappropriate 12 13 45 Solve puzzle 12 pieces 13comments 45 solves Solve puzzle Social Media E-mail Embed Facebook Twitter Pinterest StumbleUpon Recipient's email address Your name Your email address Write a nice message Send e-mail Your email has been sent Send to another recipient Server error Large Square Small Include title Thanks for sharing. Here is your html-code: Why are you reporting this puzzle? It's inappropriate (see guidelines) Infringes my rights Use this form if you’re holding the copyright to the image or representing an artist who does. Please note that the information provided may be forwarded to the person who provided the allegedly infringing content. Your email: * Please make sure your email is correct Artist name: * Please fill out this field Artist website: Other relevant details: It's advertising a product or service It has missing or leftover pieces The puzzles are created programmatically, and the pieces are all there. Most often, missing pieces are found by zooming out as far as possible. If there are leftover pieces, try to change the background color to make the holes easier to spot! Other reason Please note that we usually do not reply to reports. If you experience technical issues, have questions, or feel unfairly treated, please contact us through support instead. Please fill out this field Thanks for reporting! COAL OIL LAMP. WE USED THIS TYPE OF LAMP BEFORE ELECTRICITY CAME TO THE FARM ABOUT 1952 Created by Gladstone Published 8 May 2019 Why this advertisement? Leaderboard Dilubreuer0:10perleblanche0:11Robbos0:13pumpkinhead0:13alias2v0:13chuckles19530:14ghostlover0:15PLG19580:15BookPenguin0:16ulangariver0:17 Comments Please sign in to comment. Don't have a profile? Join now! Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required. Rainrider1214 26 May 2019 Seen one that before, it had a stand that it fit in, mounted to the wall. I love things like this, Stopped colecting them when I found out I had way to many. LOL Now I am down to just 4. Gladstone 10 May 2019 Marine, they were very common before electricity.Older keepsakes are a special of our past life.I think there are three in our house and this is the smallest one.I am pleased you like this, Barb.Thank you all for stopping by and your welcome comments. SunnyBarb25 9 May 2019 Definitely great for the theme this week....thanks, Floyd :) PLG1958 9 May 2019 Wonderful! My mom always kept several around. I'm lucky to have a few of hers. Thanks Floyd. Dilubreuer 9 May 2019 We have this and the smaller as well... MarinaNephele 9 May 2019 Amazing lamp. Thanks. For sharing. Gladstone 9 May 2019 For a while we had a bottle of oil for lighting and I think in ourbasement flood of 2010 that was removed.Beekay, After using this and a lantern for doing chores we are leaved to have electricity.Jacki, we have a flashlight and candles to be used if needed.Suzy, solar lights is a great idea for emergency use.Iris; Glad you like this old image.Nev. part of history that is nice to have been part of but today is a lot improved.Thank you all for your visit and welcome comments. ulangariver 9 May 2019 Floyd, we must be on the same wavelength - I posted one similar to this today too, for the Theme.Greetings to you and Arlene. irisriver 9 May 2019 Very nice! grins!☺ pumpkinhead 9 May 2019 We now use solar lanterns if needed as well as numerous battery operated lanterns for camping. A far cry from the days of kerosene lamps. Nice theme puzzle, Floyd. Beekay 9 May 2019 Oops...that should be in case. Not sure where my heads at.And ours use kerosene too. bluebird42 9 May 2019 We used something very similar but using kerocene for fuel. And, as Beekay mentioned, still have one or two hanging around for when storms knock the power out. Haven't used one since we added a generator which goes on automatically when the power goes out. According to code, our gas heater must have an electric starter rather than a pilot light, so when electricity goes out, so does our heat. Beekay 9 May 2019 Many New Englanders still have a few of these encase the electricity goes out in the winter. Myself included but fortunately haven't used one in many years. We now have a generator for those rare occasions a storm knocks out the power for an extended length of time. Why this advertisement?