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This is a very old, odd and scarce lamp, maybe from the ссылка на подробности first years of the 20th century.
The brand is Empire Light, and the only information I have managed to find about that company, says that it was present at 16, Victoria Square, Montreal, Canada in the early 20th.
This company was probably in some way читать больше to the Kitson Lighting Co.
One of the very first pressure table lamp patents was issued by Arthur Kitson as early as December 1897 provisional patent.
That table lamp patent and others that came the years after had a horizontal, overhead generator, with a mixing tube going back downwards to a nozzle and a Welsbach gas mantle in the centre.
Others had a horizontal generator low with the rest of the burner unit with mantle on top, but not the kind of vertical generator as on my lamp It took me a lot of research before I could find two patents; one is French 1905 and the other Austrian 1907 which shows the burner on my lamp.
The patent show a probable development of the burner as there is a cleaning needle device control as well as a centre fuel feed shut of control.
Кепка оф Дьюти с лого (Call of Black 4 Logo) fuel feed on my lamp comes from a device on the upper side of the lamp and support the generator that way.
This can be seen in a Kitson table lamp patent from 1901.
This lamp came with without a shade carrier, shade and mantle holder.
I mounted an 1897 pat.
This shade is also found in the first Kitson table lamp patent drawing, so I believe it may have been the original configuration of this lamp.
The burner unit is detachable and is quite unique as it can be put together with the generator by just inserting it.
The burner unit has a pre-heater cup in the bottom with an asbestos filling.
The whole unit is made of cast metal and should according to the patent be warmed up and maintain heat by the pre heating.
This for minimizing 5 and reduce noise when air is sucked into the burner.
Mind you that this was important then in the beginning of the century, when the indoor pressure lamps had to compete with the soundless wick table lamps.
Any further information of this lamp would be appreciated.
The lamp is well over 100 years old and it's working like it was new and 100-150cp.
Fantastic piece of history and a great lamp to have found and resurected.
Kitson is a difficult guy to track down.
I have a suspiciion that there were at least two Arthur Kitsons involved in the Kitson business.
Either that or he spent 10 years on a ship moving between America Australia and England.
The company was called the Kitson Empire Light Co so the name here is as significant as the use of Kitson patents so this lamp surely has перейти be made by one branch of that large company.
Arthur Kitson however was not the first or even close.
The first pressure lamp was patented by J.
Riddle 7th February 1865 US46266.
OK so not a больше информации lamp but it has a reservoir pump and generator.
The light was a flare type of course but it is all there just waiting for a mantle to be invented.
Then there was my hero George Washington.
He invented an upright pressure mantle lamp with a vertical generator incorporating a pricker Pat applied for 17 September 1896 US576523 and then a year later invented a lamp that in operational design was being copied by Coleman and most of the other American companies by 1914.
George was simply about 15 years ahead of the competition because before 1900 he had invented all the major design features for pressure lamps that were made from 1910 to 1920 and beyond.
Excellent fettle of yet another beautiful lamp.
That's an absolute stunner.
Most really interesting lamps are over hundred years, so congratulations.
That little twisted piece in the vapouriser looks exactly like one of many turbulators I have in my wood furnace to force the flue gasses to give away more heat where the tubes run through the water.
I guess it works in the other direction here, so to speak: to increase the amount of heat transferred to the fuel by forcing the fuel to take a longer route than just straight up through the vapouriser.
I noticed that the pressure gauge was made in Germany, so perhaps it's not the original one?
On the other hand, the text on it is English, so they could just simply have bought in these gauges without having them stamped with their own brand name.
Wow Conny now that is one great lamp i am green here with envy wonderful to see it here.
In 1881 Arthur was sent to australia to sell some of their trains i suspect In 1894 he is back in the UK In 1896 he is in the USA In 1896 Kitson Lighting Company is born with 30 000 dollars By 1902 Arthur is back in the UK In 1903 Kitson Lighting Co Ltd was formed based in Coventry.
It is really a very special lamp and with an excellent built quality.
It has withstood the aging process with grace.
I believe it takes some skills to get it running.
But as you say it took many years before it was turned into a useful product.
In fact many patents never went into any production at all so in that way I believe this Empire Light lamp is an interesting early lamp historical link of portable pressure lighting that in fact was produced.
Christer — I think the pressure gauge is original, possible imported, but has an English text and measures in PSI.
Pete — Thanks for the info!
It is most likely a similar generator on your Kitson donut.
Yours is equipped with a pricker at the end of the twirled part opposed to mine, but the jet looks identical.
I recon you have a pricker control device on your burner; is it the lever at the end of burner 5 />Maybe Santa has a surprise also for you this year!
It was just the fact that the gauge actually was made in Germany that made me wonder a bit.
But it's of course nothing strange that a company buys in ready parts like that, and not necessarily from its own country either.
Hi Conny yes mine also has a pricker does the spiral in the generator on yours have a hole in to pass a wire through it?
The wire pricks the jet and shuts down the lamp by use of the lever on the lamp on the donuts.
The two green donuts are the only kitsons i have that have a pricker in all the others i have rely on various filters to keep the jet clean?
Dont know what santa will be bringing me this year but i am pretty sure it wont be any lamps anything but cheers pete Pete, there is no pricker for my generator and no hole for passing a wire through.
There was originally a thin 4 cm long pin that was attached to the twirled part, but that pin was broken off and I don´t think it made a big diffrence.
Perhaps it was there for keeping it in the middle or upper part of the generator, where heat is most essential.
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Gunsoo Pete I wish Arthur was as easy to track as узнать больше />In 1900 Arthur was in the census https://booksarchive.ru/black/vesi-scarlett-sc-bs33e088.html 1859 aged 41 in Philladelphia with his wife Fanny and a clutch of children and is described as a Gas Engineer.
OK so there was a Kitson factory in PA around that time patenting gas lighting and such so I нажмите чтобы перейти always assumed приведенная ссылка is the same company.
Thing is by the 1910 census Fanny is a widow still in PA BUT Arthur Https://booksarchive.ru/black/zvezda-rotor-chainring-bcd110x4-inner-black.html is shown in the UK 1911 census as aged 49 and managing the Kitson Empire light Company.
They cannot be the same guy.
In fact if your birth date of 1848 is correct then there are three because the other two are born around 1959 to 1862.
Where did get the info about Fanny as his wife then?
Just looking at the records neil there seems to be a lot of arthur kitsons around And just to confuse it even more there is a patent no.
They were both in Philadelphia in 1900.
узнать больше US census lists him born in England but Fannie born in Pennsylvania.
They have 7 children Fannie C 13, Arthur Jnr 10, Harold 9, Frederick 8, Herbert 6, Kenneth 4, Ernest 2, plus 5 servants.
The US 1910 census lists the family again but Arthur is missing.
From the 1911 census Arthur Kitson MD of KELCO is aged 49 so born about 1862.
He states he has been married 10 years and has two daughters with him but no wife.
I don't believe these are both 5 same Arthur.
In 1910 Fannie is still alive in PA and whilst Arthur is missing he cannot be the same guy from the 1911 UK census as he stated he only has 3 children and if it was the same guy he would have listed 9 or 10 children.
I also have doubts that either are the Arthur born in Leeds 1849 because the ages do not come close to a match.
Arthur Kitson is a common name and tracking them is very difficult.
I have 5 a birth certificate for one of the children born in London which with a little luck will give me both parents names and maybe shed a little more light.
Birth dates from census returns are often a year out.
The UK census is not from 1 jan and gives the persons age not a birth year.
In this case Arthur was born around April 1848 GRO ref Kitson Arthur Leeds 23 540 Apr-Jun 1848 ::Neil:: Click to expand.
Yes, I did have a list of the nights over which the various censuses were taken but it's gone adrift now.
From memory, though, most were taken in the springtime - usually March or April.
Edit - Easy enough to find on the binternet.
Actually that is not important here.
What is significant is the Arthur in PA was married to Fannie in 1900 and she is in the 1910 census without Arthur but still status married not widowed.
In the 1911 census Arthur CEO of KELCO stated he has been married for 10 years so either he is a bigamist or not the same Arthur.
This is in fact the main evidence that there are two Arthur Kitsons both born in England around 3 years apart.
Now then from the Prospectus of the Australian Company there is mention of product from both the PA company and the English one.
From which I conclude these businesses are conected BUT it tends to suggest that the Arthur in Australia could have been either of them.
From passenger lists I can find travel between the UK and New York but only a 5 possible from the UK to Aus and from the age given that suggests the PA Arthur.
Given the companies were linked and seem to have had at least three Arthurs involved it is easy to see how it might be possible to confuse them and assume the wrong one went to Aus.
We may never resolve this because I suspect only details of company minutes will tell us who went where amd when.
We have been working away at this and are still not sure.
We know that Aruthur 5 Kitson went to Austalia in the mid 1870s and there married Linda Elizabeth Douglas Leroy 4 August 1881.
They had two children but we only know about one which is Arthur James Kitson born 2 June 1882.
She seems to have been abandoned there and came back to England around 1892 and then became ambroiled in a legal dispute with the источник статьи />There is as yet no evidence that Arthur 5 Linda ever lived together after about нажмите для деталей and perhaps not for some time before that.
Arthur Kitson appears in Phildalphia in 1885 and married Fannie Aschenbach in 1886 and forms the Kitson Hydrocarbon Light Co and seems to be the guy who patented lots of gas lamps Etc.
He dissappears in 1901 and Lo an Arthur Kitson appears in London by 1911 managing Director and owner of the Kitson Empire Light Co.
By 1910 Посетить страницу is divorced and Arthur in 1911 is saying he has three children and been maried источник статьи years.
Might be but if so he is on wife number three.
So again a definite maybe but we are working on it.
Some sources say Arthur died in 1915 but 5 in 1917 he gave a lecture on banking reform in Birmingham.
He then dies again in 1937 but has managed to drop 12 years off his age.
I am sure you are all confused and I know I am which is irritating as I am generally pretty good at genealogy but this guy is very difficult to track.
In the Times 1928 July 7 reporting on his discharge from bankrupcy it states that he brought out a gas lighting system which he sold to a corporation and then floated several companies in the UK and colonies making gas lighting and he went on to form the Kitson Empire Lighting Co.
So the Times seemed to have been sure of the link and I see no reason to doubt it.
He has been a nightmare to track down though but I am alsmot there now.
Born https://booksarchive.ru/black/dog-and-dog-wild-regional-farm-2-kg.html Greenwich London around 1860 to parents James and Sarah Kitson.
Went to the US and created the Kitson Hydro-Carbon Heating and Incandescent Lighting Co.
Married Fannie Aschenbach in 1886 and left her in 1900 because she was too extravagant.
By then he already had a company in London to flog US made lamps and he liquidated that and reformed the company in London as The Kitson Lighting Company of Great Britain in 1901.
He lived with another lady Gertrude Horgan for a while and they had three children although she had mental problems and was probably in an institution by 1911.
He then went bankrupt in 1925 due to falling sales and inflation.
The compay seems to have lived on though as they are still in the London 'phone books in 1930 and Kitson Lights Pumps нажмите для деталей Refrigerators.
He died in 1937 and there is an extensive obituary in the Times detailing some of his career as a lighting engineer but also as author of several books on banking reform and general money matters.
I still have some minor issues to look in to but by and large I now know who he was.
Not sure about his parents and I suspect that maybe Arthur Octavius Kitson was his uncle and that his son, the other Kitson involved in lighting, Arthur James Douglas Kitson is therefore a cousin.
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