Flowers and Panels on Milk Glass Oil Lamp - This beautiful old milk glass lamp is shown in Thuro's book 3. Edwards and Carwile's Standard Encyclopedia of Pressed Glass shows it as made by McKee Glass Company from 1902 to 1911, and had the name of Sultan - also known as Wild Rose. It has very softly painted large lavender and pink flowers and scroll divided panels. It is 7-1/2" in diameter. This lamp has a screw-on electrical adaptor on it and will be shipped that way. It also has a white globe as can be seen in the last picture. It can be converted back to a standard kerosene lamp easily as there was no drilling, or used functionally as a lamp. It is beautiful either way. No damage on this piece.