Glass oil lamps, used during the 19th and early 20th centuries are both utilitarian and attractive. Not only great during power outages, the atmosphere they provide on a dark evening is unmatched. Light is readily adjusted by simply raising or lowering the wick, with the circular-turn on lamp burner. Glass chimneys contain flame while directing any excess heat upward. Although designed for light at night, the luminous colored glass, of these reproduction vintage hurricane lamps, sparkles in the sunlight.