Hinks Benetfink & Co

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Joseph Hinks was a British inventor, working in Birmingham. He patented improvements to oil lamps, marketing the resultant Duplex lamp.


Brother of James Hinks he took over his company, James Hinks & Son, of 91-96 Great Hampton Street and 66 Hockley Street, Birmingham in 1839, patenting a duplex burner and extinguisher in 1865

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Art Nouveau copper and brass telescopic standiard oil lamp
Art Nouveau Hinks & Sons copper and brass telescopic standiard oil lamp with pierced and cast foliate design, raised on three foliate bracket suppo...
£1950
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Victorian brass column oil lamp
Victorian brass column oil lamp, having cut glass resevoir with reeded column, stepped base and raised on paw feet. Joseph Hinks & Son, 91-96 Grea...
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Victorian brass oil lamp standard
A Victorian brass oil lamp standard, with embossed reservoir, adjustable column and three short angled legs with brass claw feet - now converted to...
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Victorian Brass Standard Lamp
A Victorian Hinks and sons patent ornate brass telescopic standard lamp (converted for electricity)22"diam x adjustable height - The lampshade...
£995
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