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Bernardi’s Antiques sells Lighting. We sell Antique Chandeliers, Antique Lighting & Lamps and Candelabras.
Fixtures in Crystal or Brass with American Shades. Many 19th Century Candelabras or Urns were converted
into Lamps at the end of the 19th Century and Beginning of the 20th Centuries.
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  • W. Moorcroft – Flambé Pottery Table Lamp with Shade – “Hibiscus Pattern”

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    W. Moorcroft – Flambé Pottery Table Lamp with Shade – “Hibiscus Pattern”

    A lovely Flambé Moorcroft pottery table lamp in the “Clematis” pattern with a pierced metal base and cream coloured shade.

    The lamp has a deep red background with colourful hibiscus flowers around the body.

    The lamp with shade is 24 1/4 inches tall x 6 inches wide at the base.

    There is some minor damage on the shade but the lamp is in excellent condition.

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  • Pair of French ‘Sevres’ Porcelain Portrait Lamps

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    Pair of French ‘Sevres’ Porcelain Portrait Lamps

    A superb pair of French ‘Sevres’ type porcelain portrait lamps.  Each lamp having a portrait of a woman in period 18th century dress.  The reverse of each lamp shows a family crest.  The paintings are over a golden yellow background with the base and neck in the typical French ‘Sevres’ cobalt blue and heavy over gilding.  Bronze hardware – handles and bases on each.

    These lamps were originally urns turned into lamps at some point in the late 19th / early 20th century.

    Measures:

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  • Pair of Crystal & Brass Column Lamps.

    Pair of Crystal & Brass Column Lamps.

    A lovely pair of brass and crystal column lamps with white shades, brass decoration at the top of the lamps and bronze square bases, as well as wonderful crystal columns for the lamp bodies.

    The lamps are approximately 32 inches tall from the top to the bottom of the base. The bases are 6 inches square.

    Both lamps are in very good condition and in working order

     

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  • Large American Pairpoint Reverse Painted Lampshade and Original Base – Both Signed.

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    Large American Pairpoint Reverse Painted Lampshade and Original Base – Both Signed.

    Large American Pairpoint Reverse Painted Garden Landscape Lampshade and Original Base

    This spectacular lamp is by the Pairpoint Corporation, New Bedford, Mass., circa 1910. Reverse-painted “Berkeley” form shaped shade in the “Italian Garden” design. Both the shade shape and painted design are found in the book Pairpoint Lamps by Edward & Sheila Malakoff. It has a tranquil beauty to it’s colouration and would be a exceptional way to own a piece of American cultural heritage.

    Shade Signed: by the artist P. Dillon on the inner lower edge. also stamped “Pairpoint Corp.”
    Base Marked: Pairpoint, D3017, Made in USA.

    Shade Measures: 20 inches in diameter.
    Base Measures: 24 inches high x 7 1/2 inches across at the base.

    Excellent Condition.

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  • French Louis Philippe Period Gilt Bronze 6-Branch Candelabra Lamp c. 1850

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    French Louis Philippe Period Gilt Bronze 6-Branch Candelabra Lamp c. 1850

    A beautiful quality French gilt bronze 6-branch candelabra table lamp, in good working order. The candelabra is from the Louis Philippe period – circa 1850.  The lamp has a 3-sided base, wonderfully decorated with oak leaves and acorns. The shaft of the lamp is decorated with grape leaves and clusters of grapes and the lamp is topped with a clear crystal finial.  Originally a candelabra it was converted to a lamp sometime in the early 20th Century.

    The lamp is 34 inches tall including the white shade and measures 7 inches wide on each of the 3 sides of the base.

    The lamp is in excellent condition.

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  • Pair of French Gilt Bronze 6-Branch Louis Philippe Candelabra Putti Table Lamps, c. 1860

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    Pair of French Gilt Bronze 6-Branch Louis Philippe Candelabra Putti Table Lamps, c. 1860

    An exquisite pair of French gilt bronze 6-branch candelabra table lamps (converted to electric from Candelabras), Louis Philippe period, circa 1860. The lamps each have 2 putti at the base: one is holding a tablet and the other is holding a wreath.  The body and base of the lamp are decorated with acanthus and swirls and there are 3 sides to the base of each lamp.  The shades are parchment with gold trim.

    The lamps measure 35 inches tall from the top of the brown shade to the base and each side of the base is 6 inches long.

    Both lamps are in excellent condition.

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  • Pairpoint Puffy Lamp with Original Base, Humming Birds and Roses – circa 1915

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    Pairpoint Puffy Lamp with Original Base, Humming Birds and Roses – circa 1915

    An absolutely beautiful Pairpoint puffy lamp in a ‘Stratford’ shade, 14 inch diameter with hummingbirds and roses.  The original base is signed & numbered.

    The lamp is from the original family who received the lamp as a wedding gift in 1915.

    Very minimal sliver chip on base of shade.

    Measures:  21 inches tall x 14 inches diameter.

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  • Carl Kauba – Austrian, Vienna Heavy Bronze Orientalist Figural Lamp with Marble Base, Signed (T. Curts)

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    Carl Kauba – Austrian, Vienna Heavy Bronze Orientalist Figural Lamp with Marble Base, Signed (T. Curts)

    Here is a Viennese bronze and white marble Orientalist figural multi-branch lamp with a patterned bronze and green slag glass shade.

    The Bronze lamp signed ‘T. Curts’ is an alias used by Vienna bronze artist Carl Kauba (1865-1922).

    It is electrified and in good working order.  The lamp is approximately 20 inches tall.

    Carl Kauba was born on August 13, 1865. He began his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna with professor Laufenberg, Carl Waschmann and Stefan Schwartz and in 1886  he spent 2 years in Paris . His western polychrome bronze subjects are highly sought after, although it is highly debatable that he ever visited America. His sculptures appear to have been copied from period photos. (Certain anomalies such as shod horses ridden by American Indians would suggest this.)
    Carl Kauba is also noted for his “Naughties”- a collection of mechanical push button sculptures. The rarest and most collectible being the present ” Metamorphosis”
    Kauba also worked under the name of T.Curts, and Karl Thenn — quite possibly for copyright reasons in Vienna, as he worked for more than one foundry. Thus it is quite normal to find identical sculptures with any of these signatures.

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    Large Brilliant Cut Crystal Lamp with Large Dome Shade – circa 1900

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    Large Brilliant Cut Crystal Lamp with Large Dome Shade – circa 1900

    A heavily brilliant cut crystal lamp – most likely American circa 1900.  The dome shaped crystal shade sits upon a circular ring that is supported by 3 patina’d brass arms which come from the centre with a single light socket.

    The lamp measures:  26 inches tall x 13 inches shade width

    In beautiful condition.

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    Pair of Steuben American Art Glass Iridescent Gold Lamp Shades

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    Pair of Steuben American Art Glass Iridescent Gold Lamp Shades

    A wonderful pair of Steuben American art glass lamp shades in iridescent gold glass. The shades have ribbed sections and fluted rims.

    The shades measure 5 1/2 inches tall x 5 inches in diameter at the bottom rim.  – The fitting measures 2 1/4 inches.

    A few minor chips on rim fitting that does not show when attached to a lamp. Otherwise, no cracks or repairs.

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  • Two Piece Glass Fairy Light by Samuel Clarke, Stourbridge England, c. 1885-1890

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    Two Piece Glass Fairy Light by Samuel Clarke, Stourbridge England, c. 1885-1890

    Here is a lovely glass fairy light by Samuel Clarke of Stourbridge, England, c. 1885-1890. The light has a pink, white, and dark pink striped glass shade while the base is patterned clear glass with a scalloped rim.

    The shade is approximately 3 3/4 inches tall X 3 1/4 inches in diameter at the bottom while the base of the light is 4 inches wide.

    There are some small chips on the inside of the shade’s rim but these are not noticeable when the shade is resting inside the base.

    The base is in excellent condition.

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    Pair of Chinese Canton Famille Rose Lamps with Gilt Bronze Mountings – circa 1890.

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    Pair of Chinese Canton Famille Rose Lamps with Gilt Bronze Mountings – circa 1890.

    A colourful pair of Chinese Canton Famille Rose porcelain lamps with gilt bronze base, handles and rims.

    Chinese circa 1890.

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    Large Royal Worcester Porcelain Lamp, circa 1890.

    Large Royal Worcester Porcelain Lamp, circa 1890.

    Large Royal Worcester Lamp, circa 1890.

    A large Royal Worcester lamp, it dates circa 1890, England. A simple, yet unique lamp composition in the classic style of  ‘Royal Worcester’. It has a soft yellow colour for the body, with accents of gold around the bottom and top trim. The trim is decorated with a blend of floral, bead and scroll. It features hand painted wild flowers in the centre upon the rear and front of the body.

    A stunning Royal Worcester light fixture, it would be perfect to brighten up any space.

    Excellent Condition: No chips. (Minimal surface scratches, and some scruff marks on the flowers that can be easily polished. )

    (Electrical updated to a solid working condition)

     

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  • Late 19th Century – Hanging Glass Pendant & Bronze Light Fixture

    Late 19th Century – Hanging Glass Pendant & Bronze Light Fixture

    A fine ‘late 19th century hanging glass pendant and bronze light fixture’, with a lovely aged patina. It is beautifully hand-crafted and designed, with elegant cut glass panels and a ornate bronze frame, with a elaborate ‘scroll and leaf ‘ decoration, and is suspended by a chain. Updated electerical, with all components in solid working condition.

    Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. (Wiring updated to electrical standards.)

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  • Rococo Revival Gilt Bronze Electrified Candelabra with Putti Figure & Porcelain Plaques

    Rococo Revival Gilt Bronze Electrified Candelabra with Putti Figure & Porcelain Plaques

    This is a late 19th century Rococo Revival candelabra, electrified mid-20th century and in perfect working order. The candelabra consists of centre figural column of a seated putti on a textured hexagonal plinth, upholding a branch surmounted by a five armed-candelabra, ornately decorated with floral and foliate ornament.

    The central figure is mounted to a geometric, columnar base with inset Sevres-blue rimmed, gilt-banded porcelain plaques. The central plaque features a putti playing a coronet and the others, banding the base along the front, have multicolored floral swags against a white background.

    The gilt bronze base is further decorated with overlaid, gilt bronze floral swags, with raised and chased foliate ornament beneath. The base stands on four, inset, thread-mounted, rondelle feet and a pair of curlicue foliate legs, one on either side, extending down and below the geometric columnar base.

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    19th Century French Crystal And Bronze Patinated Eight-Light Chandelier

    19th Century French Crystal And Bronze Patinated Eight-Light Chandelier

    19th Century French Crystal And Bronze Patinated Eight-Light Chandelier

    A stunning eight arm bronze patinated chandelier, decorated with clear crystal glass, it features heavy elegant shapes and flower flourishes, it dates 19th century, France. It was originally purposed as a candle chandelier, and was later re-purposed for modern lighting, with all electrical wiring components in solid working condition.

    Excellent Condition.

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