The lamp is fitted with a Hinks rise and fall burner with chimney, working snuffer lever and wick winders and some wick remains. The brass gallery supports a beautiful art nouveau white cased glass shade embossed with a sinuous pattern and flower swags, later date? This shade does have a chip to the rim as per my photographs but as my pictures shows this is barely noticeable when the shade is in place.Should you wish to convert this lamp to electricity, the Hinks lugged burner can simply be removed and replaced with the free ready converted burner as picture number 11. I often polish my old brass oil lamps, but the patina is really nice on this one so I decided to leave it alone, once it's yours you may decide to reinstate the shine! There is a thumb turn screw which when released enables the height to be adjusted, not sure if this was the way it originally worked as there is a small screw hole opposite the thumb turn screw. Also there was a small amount of lateral movement when the lamp was at its tallest, as per my pictures some tape has been wound around the inside tube to stop the movement. This is on the inside and can only be seen when the lamp is dismantled. More oil lamps in'Sellers other items'. This item is in the category "Collectables\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps". The seller is "gareth1605" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.