Reproduction primitive Stone Age fire starter.
Bronze reproduction hanging oil lamp. Approx 11cm wide x 21cm tall overall.
Victorian brass candle holder
A resin reproduction fire mark issued by insurance companies and fixed to properties to prove they had insurance. Approx 21cm tall x 19cm wide.
Typical metal firestarter of the Saxon/Norman/Viking periods. Sparks would be created by striking the firestarter with flint. All vary, approx 11.5cm.
Based on the design of an original found by archaeologists in Cyprus that is now part of the collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Made in the Hellenistic period, the lamp is decorated with rosettes and a satyr’s head, and we think he is rather fabulous. Part...
Asst secondhand lanterns: various colours, designs, sizes and conditions.
The God of fire and young warriors. His image was in every home when the Toxiuholpilia Festival (New Fire Ceremony) was held every 52 years to ensure that the sun was renewed at the end of each calendar period. Sacrifices were made to him in temples and in homes his...
Wooden, hand-made Viking Lantern with leather handle. Approx 145mm tall x 105mm diameter.
Victorian brass wick cutter.