Another common type of lamp which takes a student shade is a circa late 1880's - 1900's single-standing
brass oil lamp with central draft oil burner, often referred to as a Rochester lamp. It is a term coined because of its association with
the New Rochester Lamp Co. who pioneered
improvements in center draft lamp burner. However, it was Edward Miller who
prolifically produced this style of lamp under several
different names including Juno, New Vestal, Ideal, Non Explosive, and of course,
Miller. The Rayo lamp is another manufactured in Connecticut by the Bradley &
Hubbard Manufacturing Company. All of these lamps take 10" student shades.