Everflow Lighter Corp.

New York, NY (USA)

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Everflow table lighters are a variation of the Quercia Eclair produced after World War 2 during the late '40s. Though based on Marcel Quercia's 1930 semi-automatic mechanism design, the Everflow uses a distinctive coil-type spring to actuate its mechanism. This is both a visible distinction for identification and a notable improvement to the original design. Everflow Lighters were only produced with plastic and wooden bases, all-metal designs were not offered. (EB)


French Utility Patent - 1929

Marcel Quercia, 1929/1930

Everflow Table Lighter

Wishbone catalin base

Everflow Table Lighter

octagonal catalin base

Everflow Table Lighters

catalin baseswith brass & chromium plated mechanisms

Everflow Table Lighters

plexiglass & lucite bases

Everflow Table Lighters

bevelled lucite bases

Everflow Table Lighters

walnut & maple bases

Everflow Table Lighters

clear plexiglass bases with color accents

Everflow Table Lighter

manufacturer instruction sheet

Everflow Table Lighter

manufacturer instruction sheet

Everflow Table Lighter

1946 advertising

Everflow Table Lighters

1946 advertising

Everflow Table Lighters

1948 advertising