The best antique hurricane light, according to a panel of experts.
The panel was compiled by the National Lampoon of Canada, the Canada Council of the Arts and the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
The expert panel, chaired by the museum’s curator, Christine Naughton, also included artists and designers, scientists, and experts in the fields of art and photography.
The panelists discussed the current state of art in the art world and their advice on choosing an antique hurricane.
The experts agreed that the best lamps should be made of the same materials as the originals.
The experts also pointed out that some lamps have been made to look more contemporary than they are, which makes them attractive.
The lamps should also be made to last for many years, and be sturdy enough to be used in various contexts.
The expert panel also considered the relative value of different lamps for different situations.
A few lamps were recommended as “essential” for museums and collections, while the other lamps were for the “lamp-maker’s museum.”
The experts were unanimous that the classic Hurricane, the most famous of the classic hurricane lamps, should not be sold for more than $25,000, but collectors and dealers should pay a premium.