Oil lamps were a part of various traditions and cultures around the world, until electric lights became popular. The earliest known oil lamp can be dated back to the Chalcolithic Age, about 4500 to 3300 BC. Today, their use is limited to only a few homes, more often only for visual appeal.

But there is a lot more to the humble oil lamp, than its obvious use of providing light and aesthetics. So if you want to start anything, or you want to create a certain atmosphere, a lamp is lit. This comes from the understanding that when you light a lamp, apart from the visual aspect, it fills the whole place with a different kind of energy. Lighting an oil lamp has certain implications. The use of certain vegetable oils, especially if you use sesame oil, castor oil or ghee (clarified butter) to light a lamp, it exudes positivity. It has its own field of energy.


Note:- It is non-electric.

Standing Tall Terracotta Antique Look Oil Lamp

  • Big oil Lamp:-
    Height: 18 centimetres
    Length: 11.5 centimetre
    Width: 6 centimetres