Flare Torches http://roaddangerlamps.webs.com/apps/photos/ Flare Torches Wells Unbreakable Perhaps the most common of the early flare torches the Wells "Unbreakable" No. 18 Kettle Torch Lamp. Typical of the type that predominated before the introduction of lamps made from sheet metal. The body is a single iron casting as is the seperate lid. Several variants existed including one with a twin wick. http://roaddangerlamps.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=49990847 49990847 Flare torch Sold as a patio lamp, this is in fact a very close copy of the style of flare torches originally used in the United States. http://roaddangerlamps.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=49990846 49990846 Flare torch Sold as a patio lamp, this is in fact a very close copy of the style of flare torches originally used in the United States. http://roaddangerlamps.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=49990848 49990848 GF 1 flare torch (long version) An unusual variant made of heavy gauge steel box section featuring welded construction with a carrying handle. The wick is contained in the curved pipe. The only markings are "GF 1" cast into the filler cap and the wick pipe. Body length is 360mm long. http://roaddangerlamps.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=52148571 52148571 GF 1 flare torch (short version) An unusual variant made of heavy gauge steel box section featuring welded construction with a carrying handle. The wick is contained in the curved pipe. The only markings are "GF 1" cast into the filler cap and the wick pipe. Body length is 255mm long. http://roaddangerlamps.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=136847035 136847035 GF 1 flare torches GF 1 flare torches, long and short versions, side by side. http://roaddangerlamps.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=137127976 137127976