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sixties bubbe lamp

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Comment by Jonas Clark-Elliott on March 27, 2008 at 8:58am
There are so many forms of these. I think my post has a description of how the various types work. The spring-shaped ones are different: they slowly fill with liquid over a ten to twenty minute period, the "boil" violently and immediately empty before starting over. These are very rare in the States, I've only seen one that made it here without being shipped by a lamp collector - that's no. 1, which is in my collection.
Comment by chrisLUNAR on March 26, 2008 at 12:49pm
i bought this from a stall in camden market for£90 its in really good working order , i cant believe itsthis old, do you see many about for sale>>?? i love the bulbus version with class shaped like a spring , bet its amazing to watch.
Comment by Jonas Clark-Elliott on March 26, 2008 at 7:50am
It's a lot better than the old site, trust me, though I admit it can be hard to navigate at times. The boilers are from the 70s. Where did you find yours?
Comment by chrisLUNAR on March 25, 2008 at 3:08pm
thanks jonas i always wondered what they were called. how old are these?? i remember i paid quite a lot of money for it. it has a silver plastic top and base. add me as your friend as i dont know how yet. this website is quite un user friendly x
Comment by Jonas Clark-Elliott on March 25, 2008 at 2:55pm
French Boiler - specifically a purple "lavaboiler". See my photos page for an illustration of more. I show this model in amber, but am now adding purple. Is the silver collar at the top metal sheet, or foil?

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