Green’s Dictionary of Slang

lamp n.1

[ext. use of SE]

1. [19C+] an eye, usu. in pl.; thus queer lamp, a blind, sore or squinting eye; in cite 1904 used as nickname.

2. [late 19C–1900s] in pl., spectacles.

3. [1920s+] (US) a look or glance.

4. [1950s] in pl., the female breasts.

In phrases

smoke (one of) someone’s lamps (v.)

[1910s–20s] (US) to give someone a black eye; thus smoked lamp n., a black eye.

SE in slang uses

In phrases

lamp of light (n.) (also lamp of life)

[19C] the penis.

lamp of love (n.)

[19C] the vagina.