The Gas Lighting ClipArt gallery offers 12 illustrations of gas lights and chandeliers.

This gas chandelier is made out of metal and has a bold style with curves and angles.

Gas Chandelier

This gas chandelier is made out of metal and has a bold style with curves and angles.

This gas chandelier is operated using gas and has fifteen lights. It is a light fixture that is mounted to the ceiling.

Gas Chandelier

This gas chandelier is operated using gas and has fifteen lights. It is a light fixture that is mounted…

This gas chandelier is an Italian design with scrolls and grotesque marks (strange design).

Gas Chandelier

This gas chandelier is an Italian design with scrolls and grotesque marks (strange design).

"Coal-gas was first used as a lighthouse illuminant at Salvore, near Trieste, in 1817. For many years it has been used in the harbour lights of Great Britain when in the neighborhood of gas-works. Mr. J. R. Wigham has designed a compound or crecus burner consisting of a group of twenty-eight vertical tubes, each carrying an ordinary double fish-tail burner, and the ignited gases issuing from all these jets unite into one large flame." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Coal-gas

"Coal-gas was first used as a lighthouse illuminant at Salvore, near Trieste, in 1817. For many years…

"Coal-gas was first used as a lighthouse illuminant at Salvore, near Trieste, in 1817. For many years it has been used in the harbour lights of Great Britain when in the neighborhood of gas-works. Mr. J. R. Wigham has designed a compound or crecus burner consisting of a group of twenty-eight vertical tubes, each carrying an ordinary double fish-tail burner, and the ignited gases issuing from all these jets unite into one large flame." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Coal-gas

"Coal-gas was first used as a lighthouse illuminant at Salvore, near Trieste, in 1817. For many years…

"Electric gas lighting is often effected by sparks from the interrupted circuit of a voltaic battery, in which circuit is a 'kicking coil,' or by sparks from the secondary of an induction coil, or from a machine for the generation of static electricity." — Avery, 1895

Electric gas light

"Electric gas lighting is often effected by sparks from the interrupted circuit of a voltaic battery,…

This gas-chandelier is richly ornamented with a naturalistic design. It is a branched decorative ceiling mounted light fixture.

Gas-Chandelier

This gas-chandelier is richly ornamented with a naturalistic design. It is a branched decorative ceiling…

This gas lamp has three burners. It produces light by using gasoline fuel.

Gas Lamp

This gas lamp has three burners. It produces light by using gasoline fuel.

This gas lamp features gas lighting which refers to a technology used to produce light from a gaseous fuel including hydrogen, methane, etc...

Gas Lamp

This gas lamp features gas lighting which refers to a technology used to produce light from a gaseous…

A lamp that burns illuminating gas

Gas Lamp

A lamp that burns illuminating gas

Gas lighting refers to the production of light from a gaseous fuel. Before electricity became sufficiently widespread and economical to allow for general public use, gas was the most popular means of lighting in cities and suburbs. Early gas lights had to be lit manually, but soon gas lights could light themselves.

Lamp Having Regenerative Gas Burner

Gas lighting refers to the production of light from a gaseous fuel. Before electricity became sufficiently…

Lamps using natural gas to produce light. Uses convention make the lamp very efficient.

Gas Lighting

Lamps using natural gas to produce light. Uses convention make the lamp very efficient.