Replica Clay Oil Lamp
Oil lamps date back to the Chalcolithic Era (Ae, 4500 -3300 BC). Oil lamps were not only used for lighting a household, but also for funerary and religious purposes. Although the design has varied over the centuries, the general construction principle and method of use has remained the same. A wick is placed into the nozzle and extends down into the fuel chamber.
Includes a wick
Can be used either as an oil lamp (can use any type of cooking oil), or as a candle holder.