字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hey. How's it going? We have a lamp. Yes. It's a milk glass oil lamp made by the Dutch company, Royal Zanzora. OK. This is what you'd see in Victorian times in the United States. Everything was pretty gaudy back then. And gaudy was good. I found the lamp in an old antique shop. I'd like to sell the lamp, because even though it's really cool, it just doesn't have any use for me anymore. I am selling the lamp for $1,300. If I get the full $1,300 for the lamp, then I'm probably going to take my daughter on a nice vacation. This thing is definitely cool. You have the milk glass up top. It's the original shade, the original flume, and then we have the original porcelain oil lamp base. OK. It's obviously a kerosene lamp. Kerosene was big in the 1850s and was commercialized by the 1860s. HANNAH: OK. Most people don't realize today, this would really light up a house. HANNAH: Oh, wow. Prior to the invention of kerosene, most lamps either burned vegetable oils or animal fats. Kerosene literally lighted the world overnight. What were you looking to get out of it? HANNAH: I'd like $1,300. OK. This is your problem with this, OK? This was dropped and repaired really, really badly. This is a really bad soldering job. HANNAH: Oh. And it would not have come from the factory like that. And this doesn't fit. This did not come with it. So it's not for me. But thanks for bringing it in. - Of course. Thank you. RICK HARRISON: Have a good one. Thank you. Hearing that the lamp had been repaired and had been damaged previously, it really let me down. But even though I can't sell the lamp, I know it'll still look beautiful in my house.