Lamp, (fr. lampe): several forms of this charge are found is arms; one drawn after the Roman model occurs in the insignia of the Society of ANTIQUARIES. Some are borne as in fig. 1, e.g. by the family of FARMER, while the Company of Tin-plate-workers bear their lamps like urns with covers. (fig. 2)
Sable, a chevron argent, between three lamps of the same, inflamed proper--FARMER, Leic. (granted 1663).
An antique Roman lamp or, over it 'Non extinguetur'--Crest of SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES.
Sable, a chevron or between three lamps(the two in chief one light each, facing each other, the lamp in base with two lights) argent garnished or, illuminated proper--Company of TIN-PLATE WORKERS[Inc. 1670].
Argent, on a fesse sable three lamps or--PERIOND.
Argent, three lamps sable--LAMPLOW.
Lamp, Globular. See Lantern.