The base is made of brass and heavy chrome-plated. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. If you find one cheaper than that, good for you, but beware—you might run into problems with its function.
This is the first first gallery of Vintage Table Lighters I have to share with you, or as some folks call'em Either way, these vintage table lighters came in different sizes, shapes and colors. I added a few more vintage table lighters in this gallery just to finish it out, and may add a few more.
Some are the novelty type table lighters. On the right is a vintage wooden box cigarette dispenser which would sit by your favorite table lighter. Just press down on the top button and a cigarette comes back up in the slot. It has two side boxes on the inside that holds the cigarettes.
The second gallery of table lighters are mostly vintage novelty table lighters. The third and fourth table galleries will be the vintage electric table lighters. The Hunt Is On! Evans with round glass base. These will look nice with colored water in the base. Statue Of Liberty Lighter. Press the book in the left hand, to light the torch lighter which is held in the right hand.
Evans Black Boot Table Lighter. Notice the detail on the bottom. Has a leather strap with a brass buckel and even has a brass spur. Chromed brass with plastic accents. As a special service to collectors, I restore and or repair electric lighters. I can only rebuild lighter with the internal parts still intact. The ceramic part is critical, there are no replacements the ceramic insulator. Push button to light located under heating element in front.
Leo Hendrik Baekeland. Art Deco Electric Flap-a-Lite. You would pick it up and the lips would get hot, then you could light up your smoke. Sit it down and it would turn off. These came in a few different styles. Early 'Cool Dude' that's what I call it electric lighter. Has a push button on back to light, heating element is on the top of his head. Sits on a nice stone base, if you look close, he has a smoke in his mouth.
Unknown maker. These are also know as touch tips, which was the most common name for them. These particular lighters takes two D cell batteries located in the base. The wand is removed and laid on one of the wires and the tip is touched against the statuette. This completes the electrical circuit with the batteries and causes a small coil in the tip of the wand to heat up enough to ignite a cigarette.
Why does the Dunhill and Parker silent flames, look the same? The Parker company was founded in by Alfred Dunhill. Parker lighters was for a different group of customers than the Dunhill customers. They sold their lighters at a lower cost. The quality of Parker lighters was still very good, same as Dunhill's. They were made in the same factories, and used the same material. You paid more for Dunhill, because of the name.
On top is the hard to find Parker with the rare round base. Below is the square base modle with the Sally Rand Fan dancer. Both work using 2 C cell batteries. Dunhill silent lighters with square base with the bronze and chrome nude Dancer and the bronze Fan Dancer. All work using 2 C cell batteries. Also a silent flame lighter. Press the chrome button to light the coil.
The gold flame tip un-screws to add fluid. Has a wood base that would hold the battery. Works off a special battery, D and C cells don't fit. The chrome ball is were the flame would come out. Uses 2 C cell batteries.
Made in Japan. This unique brass table lighter carries no manufacturer branding or patent information; its removable firing insert and spherical base are both simply marked "Made In Japan" see photo 5. My best guess is this piece was made in the s, as a high-quality perhaps un-authorized reproduction of the quite valuable Karl Wieden KW ball table lighters first produced in Germany during the s.
This piece uses a semi-automatic firing mechanism very similar to those employed by KW. This superb lighter from the s comes in 's key colour: Emerald Green. This bakelite and chrome lighter is in excellent condition with Light surface scratches as expected of a used lighter of this vintage and a slight chip to the chrome on the base.
The wick and flint appear to be in good condition but it would probably benefit from being serviced. Marked to the top "Rolstar" and to the base "Rolstar" "Made in England".
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