Really nice vintage ether anesthesia vaporizer lamp on Edison Light Globes. This one of a kind desk lamp is made from a rare vintage Anaesthesia Vaporiser built onto an original heavy cast base via a sprung gooseneck. Known as a ‘Boyle Bottle’, the apparatus was designed by leading English anesthetist Dr. Henry E. G. Boyle in 1917 as a ‘sight feed’ mechanism. It provided the first visible indicator of the amount of anesthetic being administered.
This lamp would be an incredible addition to a Doctor’s surgery or in an environment that has an antique or eclectic ambiance.
- Vintage original Anaesthesia Boyle Bottle (rare).
- Vintage enameled heavy cast base.
- Originally chromed gooseneck.
- 2m red pulley cable.
- White switch and plug.
- Nickel lampholder.
- Indoor use only.
- E14 240VAC (eg. AUS, UK, NZ).
- In line switch.
- Integral earth wire.
- Globe 25W Max.
- Globe included.
- Height: 300mm (approx)
- Width: 300 (approx)
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