Smoke bells were used on early hanging lamps of the 19th century to prevent
soot from blackening the ceiling when burning kerosene, whale oil, and other
They are suspended from a small chain attached to the canopy or ceiling mount of the fixture and are just a few inches above the chimney.
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|Part No.||Description of Smoke Bell||Diameter||Price||Add to Cart|
|Solid brass, 3-leaf clover, polished and lacquered||35/8"||$22.00|
|B17987U||Solid brass, 3-leaf clover, unfinished||$19.00||
|B10985||Solid brass, ribbed, polished and lacquered||31/2"||$27.00|
|B17985||Painted opal glass with brass plated loop||41/2"||$22.00|
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